CORE is proud to be invited to participate in the 2017 Cooperation Symposium for Top Universities & Institutes in Jiangsu, China during 5th – 6th July 2017.
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It’s all about growing food sustainably that is good for people and good for the planet, so you will taste the difference, feel the difference and make a difference. This course consists of 12 Modules on all aspects of Bio-dynamic Gardening & Farming hosted at Warrah Farm, Harris Road, Dural NSW.
CORE is a proud sponsor of the National Symposium of Recycled Organics on 15th June 2017.
A successful “Advancing Urban Agriculture Thought Leaders” forum was conducted in Brisbane during International Compost Awareness Week. The thought leaders forum was attended by a cross section of stakeholders including representatives from the Queensland Government, NGOs, organics recycling industry, agriculture advisers and media personality Costa Georgiadis.
CORE CEO, Chris Rochfort talks about stormwater run off and re-use with SBS Radio (Mandarin Programs). You can listen to the full interview below in English
CORE Chairman, Eric Love and CEO, Christopher Rochfort have recently met with the Chinese Consulate-General, Mr Zhi Yong Jin in Sydney to further strengthen their collaboration and commitment with the Chinese government in the development of sponge cities.
Centre for Organic Research & Education (CORE) has been awarded “Excellence in Policy and Education” by Stormwater NSW’s 2016 Awards for Excellence. This award was presented to CORE by NSW Co-President Keysha Milenkovic for the musical composition, “Stormwater’s Going Down the Drain”. The lyrics, lead vocals, extra instrumentation, arrangement, recording and production were all performed […]
A great article was published in The Land newspaper about the Sustainable Amendments for Agriculture program.
With a successful Ministerial Launch in QLD, a week full of events in Martin Place, Sydney resulting in a supportive motion passed by NSW Parliament, ICAW 2014 was probably the most successful ICAW we have had so far!
Come along and be inspired to EAT WELL & BE WELL this Festive Season! When: Friday 22nd November, All day! Where: Honest to Goodness HQ – Unit D1 -46-62 Maddox St, Alexandria, NSW 2015 Cost: Free
CORE is a collaborative network supporting and promoting the beneficial reuse of recovered organic resources. Learn more
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