Regenerative agriculture: an arable perspective

Women in Arable and Foundation for Arable Research (FAR)
Ashburton Canterbury, NZ
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Regenerative agriculture: an arable perspective

Hands on Event

 Event
 Hands on
 Large scale
 Other
 Soil Health
 Farming Practices
 All - Cropping
#Arable
#Regenerative agriculture

What will you learn?

There’s a lot of talk about regenerative agriculture… what it means and if it works. Come along and hear Leeston grower David Birkett talk about how he has been using regenerative agriculture concepts on his farm for the past few years.

About the Hosts:

Women in Arable (formerly known as Active in Arable) was formed in 2001 when a cluster of Canterbury women promoted a business orientated discussion group for rurally based women involved in arable farming.

The Foundation for Arable Research (FAR) is an applied research and information transfer organisation responsible primarily to New Zealand arable growers.

Locations and Dates

Ashburton Canterbury , New Zealand Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Duration

7:30 pm - 9:00 pm UTC

More Information

For more information please go to the following link: Women in Arable and Foundation for Arable Research (FAR)

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