FARMING FOR THE FUTURE
Carterton Events Centre
Wednesday, 27 March 2019
Doors open at 8.45am
Marnie Prickett, Choose Clean Water
Back to basics: Rethinking how we use the natural resources we rely on.
Morning tea (provided)
Gary Hirshberg, Stonyfield Farm
Thinking organic: International demand for sustainable, ethical and accountable food production equals new opportunities for New Zealand.
Glen Herud, Happy Cow Milk Company
Milking it: Using technology and unconventional ideas will help us meet consumer expectations for product transparency.
Alistair Bisley - 5 minute brief about the
Pūkaha to Palliser Alliance
20x20 speed presentations
Heidi Holbrook - Holbrook Forest Garden
Emilie Neubauer - Boomerang Bags
Kolja Schaller - Dung beetles
Louis Brown - Christchurch student army
(there will be a 15 minute question session after the 20x20s)
Amanda Goodman, The Drunken Nanny
Our (goat) cheese moved: Resilience helped us manage the unexpected at a niche, consumer-focused farm.
Afternoon tea (provided)
Sinead Leahy, New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre
A climate of change: Smart farming innovation and technology will help farmers take the front foot with climate change.
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