About Us

Host Profile

Barry & Judith Evans

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Mt Warning Retreat

We have a great love for Mt Warning, having been attracted here to camp and refresh many times while living in the city.

The opportunity to live and work in this magnificent environment, giving back to it and those who visit is a great privilege.

We are both “Bushies”, Barry having grown up in Rural Western NSW (Walgett, Bourke and Brewarrina) and Judith, the Far West Coast of South Australia. (Streaky Bay)

We look forward to Welcoming you to our Home at Mt Warning Retreat.

 

Environment

Mt Warning Retreat has an ongoing program to reduce our carbon footprint, while offering guests to the region a tranquil retreat in an eco friendly and sustainable environment.

  • Natural Mount Warning water supply
  • Onsite clear water treatment system
  • 10 kW grid connect solar power
  • Solar hot water
  • Recycling program
  • Chooks to recycle kitchen scraps and return fresh, organic eggs!
  • Conversion of greenwaste from the property to biochar to dig into gardens, improving garden and crops and sequestering carbon out of the atmosphere.
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Ongoing property improvements include removal of noxious weeds, and extraction of exotic tree and shrub species which can be replaced with local native species.  An organic orchard and vegetable plot is also in progress.

Biochar & Climate Change

Book by Paul Taylor PhD

The Biochar Revolution: Transforming Agriculture and Environment.  Edited by Paul Taylor PhD.  "Black is the new Green!  How to transform agriculture and the environment. A friendly, informative inspiring and break-through reference guide for anyone interested in biochar or concerned about environmental issues."  Foreword by Dr. Tim Flannery.

BioChar in the News

Biochar revolutionary's manifesto for food and fuel New! ABC TAS Country Hour | Tue 11 Mar 2014: "As a physicist and former NAASA [sic] scientist, Dr Taylor says climate change data compelled him to take action and advocate for the use of biochar in farming systems."

Paul Taylor IN THE NEWS