Saturday, July 20, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (AEST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Are you sick of; Rabbits digging up your carrots? Wallabies devouring your prized broccolini? Or possums partying in your orchard?
This short course is the opportunity for you to learn to build the right fence for the job, whether your aiming to protect your prized produce, contain your animals, keep wildlife at bay or just build a brilliant fence for your property.
Who should do this course?This course is well suited to anyone interested in gaining hands on experience in the art of fencing. Perfect for home gardeners, contractors and property owners or anyone interested in growing food or keeping animals in suburban, rural or community settings.
What you'll get: This course will give you practical hands on experience in fence building, complemented by clear and concise lessons and take home resources. Equipping you with the skills, knowledge and confidence to build the right fence for your needs.
The Teacher: This short course will be taught by expert fencer and trainer John Easton. John has had years of experience in fencing from private rural situations, conservation and land managements projects and in community settings. Johns practical hands on experience is well complemented with many years of experience in passing on his knowledge of such vital skills through a variety of teaching and training roles.
Time/Date:9am to 4pm on Saturday 210h July 2013.
Spaces are limited to 15 participants to ensure a quality learning experience.
Spaces will fill up fast so be quick and book now!
When & Where
Sustainable Living Tasmania & Resource Cooperative
(03) 6234 5566