A Cuppa With...

A Cuppa With............™


Want to be inspired and to join in discussions with other like-minded rural women...without having to leave home?



Soil Health for Life

A Cuppa With........Lyn Kelson


Whether you are a gardener, broad acre farmer, intense farmer or involved in livestock production – don’t miss this session that will challenge you to look at your soil in a whole new way!

Lyn Kelson loves soil! A qualified midwife, Lyn became interested in soil health when, together with her partner, Phil, she began operating a small chemical free beef production farm  near Drummond in Victoria. As part of this undertaking, Lyn discovered the amazing world of soil biology and how this impacts soil health and farm productivity. Lyn is committed to enhancing community understanding about our diverse and dynamic ecosystem.  Lyn believes that all sectors of the community need to value soil health and that improvements in this area are needed. As a NRWC E-Leaders Alumnae member Lyn’s project involved educating people about the far reaching implications of poor soil health on productivity, diversity, water quality and food production and the quality of produce.


This is a free webinar event.

Event:      A Cuppa With....Lyn Kelson
Topic:      Soil Health for Life – live collaborative discussion
Date:       Thursday 9th April 2015
Time:       7.15pm for a 7.30pm start until 8.30pm AEST*
AEST – Australian Eastern Standard Time =7.15pm QLD, NSW, ACT, TAS; 7.45pm SA, 6.45pm NT and 5.15pm WA

To Register  and Download the Software
Email: projects@nrwc.com.au

About A Cuppa With..................
A Cuppa With™............ is our free monthly inspirational webinar series for women living in rural, regional and remote Australia. The webinar technology is used by universities and other educational institutions and allows for open collaboration. A reliable internet connection is required, however some satellite services will support the program. The webinars are 1 hour in duration. Log on at 7.15pm AEST to network. Contact us to register and to download the software. 

...pour yourself a cuppa and settle in for a great night!


For more information contact 
0448 629 647 

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