The Seymour Alternative Farming Expo is set to begin later this month, with its learning hub aiming to share information on living sustainability, managing livestock and even keeping bees.
The expo has a long history in Seymour and showcases current and future farming practices for both small and medium farm enterprises.
Learning hub sessions have been an important part of the event in previous years and are set to run across all three days of the expo for 2023.
Topics for the sessions include introductions to keeping goats, bee-keeping and camel farming, vertical gardens, going off-grid, hemp farming, microbes in farming, keeping poultry, and working dog training.
To accompany the learning hub sessions a range of demonstrations and workshops will be on offer including a cooking demonstration across the weekend at the country kitchen and butcher shop marquee, as well as multiple exhibitions in the livestock and arts and crafts pavilions.
The Seymour Alternative Farming Expo will be from 9am to 4pm on March 31 to April 2 at Kings Park, with the event layout adapted and moved to the rear oval as flood recovery continues.