This is a unique opportunity to learn about SCPA Organics and to see how organic production systems have been implemented on the properties of 2 SCPA Organics members.
There are 2 events in October:
Sunday 18 October at Brogo Permaculture Gardens, property of John & Sharon Champagne
Sunday 25 October at Caroola Farm, Mulloon, property of Penny Kothe & Paul McKinnon
If you’ve ever wondered what is involved in converting to organic production, or what it actually means for a product to be ‘certified organic’, then this is for you.
9.45: Registration + tea & coffee
10.00-11.00: Introduction to SCPA Organics
11-12.30: Understanding the Implementation of Organic Management Principles
12.30-1.30: BYO shared lunch
1.30-3.00: Property tour
Price: SCPA Members free, non-members $5. Notes provided.
BYO: plate to share for lunch. Tea and coffee provided.
To book, please email
John on brogopg(at)bigpond.net.au for Brogo event
Penny on penny(at)caroolafarm.com.au for Mulloon event
SCPA Organics is an affordable way to become an organic producer. See How it Works, and for more details and cost information read SCPA Organics – An Introduction.
On the SCPA Organics Website you’ll also find a list of the current SCPA Organics members, an online application form, and the standards, records and forms used in the inspection and certification process.
New to SCPA Organics? Join now and we’ll waive the $85 annual SCPA Organics and $80 SCPA membership fees, a saving of $165 for the first year’s membership! There are also a limited number of free initial inspections available, an additional saving of $100.