THE EQUICULTURE TALK venues and dates

with Stuart and Jane Myers MSc (Equine) - international speakers on the subject of land management for horses

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Upcoming Equiculture events - scroll down for dates 2022 and 2023

Currently, these are held in the UK and AUSTRALIA

We speak at conferences (Veterinary, welfare etc.) and present one-day talks (and some evening talks). Our full talks are usually funded by Natural Resource organisations (such as NATURAL ENGLAND in the UK and LANDCARE in Australia).

OUR TALKS are aimed at horse owners that either own land (including livery/boarding/agistment owners), lease land, or keep their horse/s on livery/boarding/agistment (so that’s everyone who owns or manages a horse!). Learn how to make small or large changes in horse and land management that improve the 'lifestyle' of horses and people and at the same time greatly benefit the wider environment. A true win-win-win situation.

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Information about how to organise an Equiculture talk

 

Upcoming Equiculture talk dates UK and Australia - 2022/23 - These talks are all funded by Natural Resource organisations - see below:

 

UK Equiculture event venues and dates - October 2022

 

Australian Equiculture event venues and dates - November 2022

 

Australian Equiculture event venues and dates - February - April 2023 - All dates are provisional and subject to change

  • Mitchell Shire Vic 4th March 2023 Still waiting for booking and venue details
  • Mornington Peninsular Vic 5th March Still waiting for booking and venue details
  • Greater Yarra Valley Vic 13th March Still waiting for booking and venue details
  • Greater Yarra Valley Vic 16th March evening talk part 1 Still waiting for booking and venue details
  • Corangamite/Moorabool Vic 18 and 19th March Still waiting for booking and venue details
  • East Gippsland Vic 22nd March 2023 Still waiting for booking and venue details
  • Greater Yarra Valley Vic 23th March evening talk part 2 Still waiting for booking and venue details
  • Ovens Landcare Vic 25th March Still waiting for booking and venue details

Still finalising dates for various locations in Australia in Feb/March/April 2023 (SA, VIC and QLD). Natural Resource Organisations will also fund these talks. Make sure you are on the mailing list (by signing up for our free online mini-course here) or keep checking this page or Facebook.

 


 

The events listed below are now past:

Learn how to improve the health and well-being of your horses AND the land on which they live.

Three talks are coming up along the south coast. Dates/venues are
 
Tuesday 22nd February 2022 at Wootton village Hall, Wootton, Canterbury. CT4 6RP
Wooton Hall
 
Wednesday 23rd February 2022 Equine Centre Sparsholt College, Winchester SO21 2NF -
 
Thursday 24th February 2022 Ashdown Forest Visitors Centre, Colemans Hatch Road, Wych Cross, Forest Row, Sussex RH18 5JP
Ashdown Forest

Equiculture Grazing Behaviour talks - Zoom - (7 pm BST and 7 pm AEST) 2nd November - 2021

We are holding two Zoom talks on the same day:

One for 7 pm (BST) in the Northern Hemisphere - more details here - www.equiculture.net/offers/6LMo2wZT

One for 7 pm in the Southern Hemisphere (AEST); more information here - www.equiculture.net/offers/R7VF2fvx

However, you are free to choose whichever suits you best time-wise - you will need to convert the time to your own time zone to see if it suits you.

This talk is free for people who own The Equiculture Course


This event is past: we are currently arranging talks for next Spring (2022) at Knepp and other venues around the country.

We plan on Cambridgeshire (hopefully Wicken Fen), Dorset/Devon area, West Wales, Yorkshire/Cumbria and Scotland.

Equiculture talk plus rewilding talk - 4th October 2021 Knepp Castle Wildland (UK - Sussex. 

Would you like to learn more about the Equiculture approach? The best way to do this is to sign up for our FREE mini-course (it takes about 30 minutes to do).

By the end of this course, you will know a lot more about horses and pasture and how to manage them sustainably.

Read what people have to say about us and our work

Julie Spencer - USA

''The Equiculture approach to everything horsey - from how you manage your horses to how you ride - has been a revelation for me. My horses have benefited so much. My partner also loves this approach and is now much more involved in our improved 'horse lifestyle''.

Paula King - AUS

''Jane and Stuart Myers have changed our lives. I wish I had met them sooner. When you start to 'think outside the box' anything is possible, and this is what Jane and Stuart have made me do. The way I keep my horses now works with rather than against my principles.''

Joanne Cooke - UK

 ''... I like to support people who are trying to make positive change in the world. However my expectations of what I get for my money have been massively exceeded. You get loads of really great stuff. I'm loving working through the course and learning loads...''

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Information about organising an Equiculture talk

We prefer to work in conjunction with Natural Resource organisations - such as Natural England in the UK and Landcare in Australia. We have also frequently been funded by water catchment organisations - such as Sydney/Melbourne Water, SEQ Catchments (AUS) and Portsmouth Water (UK).

We have held talks in conjunction with and for Equine charities.

What participants receive:

They get between 4-5 hours of intensive instruction from Equiculture - we have been delivering these talks for many years now (in various countries), so we have a VERY well-practised routine. We get excellent feedback from our talks!

What participants learn:

In addition to learning about sustainable horse and land management, participants learn A LOT about equine welfare. This applies to experienced horse owners as well as inexperienced horse owners. What we teach is not taught elsewhere.

Timings for the day:

The best format that seems to work is to have the talk through the day on a Monday (because this does not clash with weekend activities). A typical day is:

9.15am registration for a 9.30am prompt. start

first break at 10.30am - 10.50am

lunch break at 12.30pm - 1.10pm

finish approx. 3.00pm

We have also had successful talks starting at 4pm going through to 9.30pm (on a weekend as well as Monday/Friday).

What we need:

We need a large enough classroom for 30 plus people and additional tables for our equipment.

Any questions, please ask, [email protected]

This is the information poster for the Taree talk and if you click anywhere on the poster it will take you to where you can book your place. See you there :)

This is the information poster for both Canberra/NSW talks and if you click anywhere on the poster it will take you to where you can book your place. See you there :)

This is the information poster for the  Nowra talk and if you click anywhere on the poster it will take you to where you can book your place. See you there :)

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We teach horse owners how to manage their land

And to do it in a way that is good for: HORSES - by improving their welfare. PEOPLE - by saving them time and money. The ENVIRONMENT - by improving biodiversity and soil, creating habitat for wildlife, etc. A true win-win-win.

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