An introduction to the ODPG; a network of farmers who manage organic dairy and pastoral farms. Join us to gain access to resources, workshops, advice and support, and we’ll help you get the best out of your farm. Continue reading An Introduction to ODPG
I have spent a lot of time at conferences where businesses and NGOs are talking about and proposing agricultural solutions and innovations. What was different about the ODPG conference, was that this meeting was filled with farmers talking about real solutions that are working on their farms. Continue reading ODPG 2020 Conference Report
Articles and Papers on Soil Biodiversity, including the Global Soil Biodiversity Atlas (with thanks to Prof. Leo Condron) Continue reading Soil Biodiversity
Many thanks to all those who joined us at ‘The Regenerative Soil Solution’ at Lincoln University last weekend. With much gratitude to all those who helped to make it a great success! Here are some memories from the day Continue reading ODPG Conference Photos
Our 2020 Conference ‘The Regenerative Soil Solution’ starts tomorrow! Our list of delegates is complete, our thirteen wonderful speakers are confirmed, and the Head Chef is cooking up an organic storm! Continue reading Looking Forward to a Great Conference
Thanks to the kind generosity of Allflex, we will be able to give all our conference delegates personalised eartags next weekend. But they’ll be firmly attached to a lanyard instead of your ear though, for easy removal after the weekend! Continue reading We’ll be Eartagging Our Delegates!
Washcreek Organic Beef and Lamb are grown on Mt Cass Station, a 2500 hectare farm that spreads from the Waipara Wine Country to the Coast. Continue reading Thank you, Washcreek!
The addition of Prof. Gregorini makes a total number of THIRTEEN conference speakers at ‘The Regenerative Soil Solution’ Conference. Along with a two-farm field trip and organic food all weekend, it promises to be a full weekend of important information, insights and networking. Continue reading A Big Welcome to Prof. Pablo Gregorini
We started planning this two-day conference about eight months ago, and it began with a title – ‘The Regenerative Soil Solution’ – which sums up our growing need to regenerate soil functions in order to restore water, food, and health quality to New Zealanders, and sequester carbon in the face of a changing climate. Continue reading Book Your Place Before 2nd March
We’re happy to announce Peter Fraser as our 2020 Conference ‘Master of Ceremonies’; an Agricultural ‘Guerilla’ Economist and a very busy man with many hats! He’ll also be giving our first presentation of the weekend – more details to come. Continue reading Introducing Our MC: Peter Fraser
The Beatties Pitt Island Wild Sheep receive NO chemicals, including treatments, injections or antibiotics in their lifetime and their tails are left as nature intended, wagging behind them. Continue reading Wyld Organic Food on our Conference Menu