Syntropic Farming Course Australia

First syntropic farming course at Noosa Forest Retreat!

Cutting edge new knowledge & strategies presented by some of the world leaders in syntropic farming!

Coming to the Sunshine Coast on 26-28 July 2019.


What is syntropic farming?


Syntropic farming, a system invented and explored by Swiss farmer Ernst Gotsch, who purchased 480 hectares of degraded farming land in Brazil in 1984.

Mr Gotsch spent lots of time observing his natural rainforest and learning from the native indigenous people, before exploring new strategies to grow his own crops.

Byron Bay farmer Thiago Barbosa has worked with Mr Gotsch on successive syntropic farming projects in Brazil and is a forerunner of the technique in Australia.

Thiago is coming up to the Sunshine Coast to present this 2-day intensive course together with keynote speaker Ian Trew.


Syntropic Farming Course – Details

Presenters: Thiago Barbosa & Ian Trew

When: 26-28 July 2019 (Friday Night until Sunday afternoon)

Course length: 2 days & 2 nights

Arrive on Friday and stay overnight, we’re starting on Saturday at 9.00 AM.

Course finishes on Sunday at 6.00 PM.



Choose your accommodation:

$290 – No accommodation

$360 – BYO tent

$460 – Twin share room

$520 – Private Room




More info & booking:

Call us on 07 5409 7599 


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