Control Pests Naturally

Create a Pest and Disease Resistant Landscape for your Farm or Garden


It's disheartening seeing our hard work destroyed by pests and diseases. And unfortunately, it's getting tougher, with pest and disease issues changing due to climate change, combined with collapsing populations of insects and birds providing free pest control services.

We can switch to purchasing non-toxic pest controls and good bugs to control bad bugs. But creating pest-resistant landscapes for our farms and gardens, we get help with controlling pests without spending a cent!

Understanding the ecological principles, participants learn how to:

1. Grow healthy, pest and disease-resistant plants
2. Reduce the impacts of soil-borne pests and diseases
3. Create food sources and habitats for predators and parasites
4. Reduce impacts using good growing practices

They start developing practical solutions to grow healthy food for themselves rather than the bugs!

Pest-resistant market garden at The Eden Project, England Franie Treetops)

Who Benefits from this Workshop?

Learning from Nature supports farmers and food gardeners interested in exploring non-standard approaches to solve natural resource issues. We support growers to develop practical eco-logical solutions suiting their growing conditions and what they grow.


Delivered by Dr Wendy Seabrook in your community, this is a one-day workshop. Online the workshop is generally four sessions delivered over two weeks.

We partner with community groups, regional and international development organisations to run this workshop. Partners generally have extensive networks and media contacts for promotions. They organise registrations, the venue and catering. We can help by supplying marketing copy and images. Wendy can also be available to talk to journalists and on the radio as required.

Price (not including travel and accommodation) from $1500 excluding GST .

>>Contact us to discuss running this workshop for your community

Phone on +61 7 4069 505

"Everything was explained in easy to understand language and there wasn't excessive amounts of information to digest. I am going to put more thought into planning my plantings to incorporate plant diversity" Robyn Sheehan, Australia

"I highly recommend this course. I learned to look at pest control from a different perspective" Bernie Albert, Australia

"There are lots of beneficial insects that provide pest control services, and these natural pest control services have been estimated at about $400 billion annually globally" Dr Nancy Schellhorn, CSIRO, Australia

"Nature has already provided many of the tools needed to successfully combat agricultural pests" Dr Miguel A. Altieri, United States

>>Contact us to discuss running this workshop for your community

Phone on +61 7 4069 505