CRT FarmFest

CRT FarmFest is situated in Kingsthorpe in the heart of the Darling Downs. It is a rich pastoral and agricultural region, with Toowoomba as the hub of commercial and light industrial activity in South East Queensland.

The Darling Downs region has a reputation as one of Australia’s major agricultural machinery manufacturers. But the Darling Downs is not just known for the manufacturing of machinery. It is also surrounded by areas renowned for peanuts, navy beans, grain, pork, stone fruit, grape and wine industry production, potatoes, onions, beetroot, cabbages, lettuce, celery, tomatoes, carrots, green beans, peas, lucerne, sorghum, wheat, barley, beef cattle, wool, prime lamb production, cotton, sheep, horticulture and great pastoral farming.

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Date

02 - 04 Jun 2020
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Time

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location

Kingsthorpe Park
TOOWOOMBA, QLD TUESDAY 2 - THURSDAY 4, JUNE 2020
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Rachelle Armstrong
Owner/Director, NutriSoil

Rachelle grew up on a dairy/beef property in Yackandandah, Victoria. She studied Health Science with Honours in Public Health before living and working in Sri Lanka for 3 years as a Community Health Facilitator. Rachelle then worked as a Youth & Community Development Officer for 3 years with the Shire of Nannup. Her father, Graham Maddock, an innovative farmer, developed vermiculture (worm) products in the 1980s, now known as NutriSoil. Eager to support the connection of food production and human health, Rachelle helped build the NutriSoil business which uses education and networking to heal the world from the ground up.  
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