Dr Christine Jones: ODPG Conference Spotlight

We’re very lucky to have renowned soil ecologist from Australia, Dr CHRISTINE JONES, joining us at our two-day conference in HAMILTON in APRIL. For those in the organic/regenerative farming industry she needs no introduction, but read on if you would like to know more about the extent of her long career working and educating in the field of beneficial land management and soil carbon. We can’t wait to watch her presentation!

To the pressing worldwide challenge of restoring topsoil, soil ecologist Dr Christine Jones offers an accessible, inspiring perspective. For several decades Christine has worked with innovative farmers and graziers to implement regenerative land management practices that enhance biodiversity, nutrient cycling, carbon sequestration, productivity, water quality and community and catchment health.

Following a highly respected career in public sector research and extension, Christine received a Community Fellowship Award from Land and Water Australia in 2001 for ‘mobilising the community to better manage land, water and vegetation.’ Three years later she launched ‘Amazing Carbon’ as a means to share her vision and inspire change.

In 2005 Christine held the first of five ‘Managing the Carbon Cycle’ forums to promote the benefits of soil carbon. Over the past two decades she has gained international recognition as a speaker, presenting on ‘The Fundamentals of Soil’ at workshops, field days, seminars and conferences throughout Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Western Europe, Central America, USA and Canada.

For more information visit www.amazingcarbon.com

2023 ODPG Conference | ORGANICS Past, Present & Future


  • Six knowledgeable speakers
  • Two fascinating field trips.
  • A chance for all those with an interest in organic, regenerative and biological farming to get together, learn together and share ideas.

We hope you can join us!

WE’D LIKE TO THANK ALL OUR SPONSORS who were extremely patient while we hastily changed our conference location from the site of cyclone devastation in Hawkes Bay.

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