We’re very happy to have the sponsorship of several great companies for our 2020 Conference ‘The Regenerative Soil Solution’. All the companies have been so supportive of our message, and we look forward to having them with us at Lincoln University in March.
Here are some words from United Fisheries, who are sponsoring us with their BioMarinus Fish Fertiliser product. Not only that, but they have generously offered the ODPG several totes of BioMarinus to sell to our members and conference goers, with proceeds going towards the conference costs.
UNITED FISHERIES LTD is one of New Zealand’s major fish processing companies, based in Christchurch.
We source our fish from New Zealand’s crystal clear waters, and our aim is to help keep our waters clean and crystal clear.
Wild caught fish (a Sustainable Fishing Resource harvested according to the New Zealand Quota Management System), is processed in our purpose built facilities, and the offal is enzymatically hydrolysed to produce Bio Marinus™ Liquid Fish Fertiliser, retaining the proteins, fish oil, amino acids, naturally occurring vitamins and enzymes.
Bio Marinus™ is Mother Nature’s fertiliser, a blend of multiple nutrients and trace elements from the sea that even Empedocles, the Greek father of chemistry, would have been proud to create.
HEALTHY SOILS * HEALTHY PLANTS * HEALTHY ANIMALS
- Website: www.biomarinus.co.nz
- Email: email@example.com
- Enquiries: +64 3 343 0587
- Address: 50-58 Parkhouse Road | Wigram | Christchurch
Our Conference Sponsors
The Regenerative Soil Solution Conference 2020
On March 7 & 8th, 2020, we will be holding our Annual Conference and AGM at Lincoln University on the subject of Regenerative Farming.The weekend will consist of a full programme of expert speakers – Walter Jehne, Prof Jack Heinemann, Paul Smith, Alistair Humphrey, Phyllis Tichinin, Dr Mike Joy – and regenerative farmers – Simon Osborne, Jono Frew, Peter Barrett, Nigel Greenwood, Hamish Bielski. Agricultural Economist, Peter Fraser will be our Master of Ceremonies. Join us on a guided fieldtrip, and enjoy a catered menu of delicious, local organic food and wines.