ODPG 2021 Conference Speaker, Ewan Campbell, has 30 years of farming experience. This knowledge, combined with the study of research papers and books from agricultural experts in biology, chemistry and physics have developed a clear picture of how soils function in a productive manner. His presentation and tour of his farm will open your eyes. Continue reading Introducing Ewan Campbell: ODPG Conference 2021
Farming in New Zealand? Organic, Regenerative or Biological? We’re a friendly group full of collective knowledge, offering advice and education and a place to share ideas. Come and join us! Continue reading Reduced-Price Farm Membership Ends Friday
We’re offering reduced price Farm & Commercial Memberships for 2021 for a limited time only.
The ODPG welcome and encourage anyone interested in organic, biological and regenerative pastoral farming. We act as a support group for farmers, providing education, resources, advice and networking to our members. Continue reading Earlybird 2021 ODPG Memberships Open
Humates have been around since the dawn of time and are seeing a renaissance in agricultural use. Humates are soft coal deposits that are carbon dense, rich in humic substances, including humic and fulvic acids, and are regarded by agronomists as one of the most important components in building soil fertility. Continue reading Humates, Soil Fertility and Organic Farming
VISION 2030: Regenerate Now! brings together local industry leaders and experts, and international thought leader Anna Pollock of Conscious Travel, to discuss and showcase solutions. Come and learn, get inspired and share your perspective to help develop ideas for a New Zealand context. Continue reading VISION 2030: Regenerate Now!
A study completed by 500 sheep and beef farmers has shown that the majority see the value and benefits of biodiversity, but more work is needed and more support given to these guardians of nature to reverse the ongoing decline of native bush. Continue reading Farming and Biodiversity in New Zealand
With over a hundred heritage fruit trees sheltering soft fruit bushes, wild root crops and culinary and medicinal herbs, and providing a framework for vine fruit, the garden is full of insects and birdlife. And food. Continue reading A Wild Forest Food Garden
An RNZ interview with farmer, Allan Richardson, who is combining organic farming with regenerative methods in West Otago. Continue reading A Steep But Rewarding Learning Curve
Take a look at this webisode from Pure Advantage to find out more about ‘Regenerative Organic’. What does it mean and how does it work? Continue reading What is Regenerative Organic?
“International studies have found regenerative farmers report higher levels of well-being, show more interest in animals and insects, less concern about weeds, and are more optimistic about the future than otherwise similar conventional farmers.” Continue reading Regenerative Optimism