2024 Canterbury Forum – Nitrogen, Friend or Foe

Lincoln University International Workshop – Grazing in Future Multi-Scapes

Lincoln University Springs Road/Ellesmere Junction Road, Lincoln, Christchurch, New Zealand

We are delighted to hold the First International Workshop on “Grazing in future multi-scapes: From thoughtscapes to landscapes, creating health from the ground up.”

Agronomy Society symposium

Stewart Building Lincoln University Lincoln

Environmental impact and solutions for arable and horticultural farm systems More information HERE

NZIAHS Canterbury Forum

Stewart 1 & Foyer, Lincoln University Ellesmere Jct Rd, Lincoln, Christchurch, New Zealand

Sustainable and Profitable Farming - What is our brand? View and Download the Programme HERE

$40.00 – $135.00

IHC 2022

Congress Centre, Angers, France , France

Horticulture for a World in Transition www.ihc2022.org

Agronomy Society 50th Anniversary Symposium

Environmental impact and solutions for arable and horticultural farm systems. Researchers, industry experts and rural professionals will be presenting on nutrient management, soil protection, regenerative agriculture, greenhouse gases, carbon sequestration, farm diversification and adding value to off-farm products. Go to www.agronomysociety.org.nz/50th-symposium for more information and to register You can view and download a pdf of the … Continue reading "Agronomy Society 50th Anniversary Symposium"

NZIAHS Canterbury Forum

Stewart 1 & Foyer, Lincoln University Ellesmere Jct Rd, Lincoln, Christchurch, New Zealand

Can New Zealand farmers mitigate climate change? View the programme HERE Download a PDF of the programme 2022 Canterbury Forum HERE Enquires to Jenny Taylor secretariat@agscience.org.nz

$50.00 – $150.00

NZIAHS Annual General Meeting

Stewart 1 & Foyer, Lincoln University Ellesmere Jct Rd, Lincoln, Christchurch, New Zealand

2023 NZIAHS Canterbury Forum: Building Resilient Production Systems

Stewart 1, Stewart Lecture Theatre, Lincoln University, Lincoln Ellesmere Junction Rd, Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand

The devastation wreaked by Cyclone Gabrielle illustrated failings in the resilience of not just our physical infrastructure, our land management systems, and communications systems, but also illustrated how many of our key primary industries are less resilient than they may need to be in future. This forum will address the resilience of our agricultural and horticultural production systems, with emphasis on not just the systems themselves, but also on the resilience of their supporting infrastructure, science, and financial systems.

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