Two years ago, we ran a big two-day conference at Lincoln University with a wide range of interesting speakers (including farmers) on the topic of Regenerative Farming. Lucky for us, with over 250 delegates, some travelling in from the other side of the world, we managed to avoid fallout from the first Covid-19 outbreak in New Zealand that affected many other events just a week later.
Two years on, with a much reduced series of small gatherings for members organised to replace our large biennial conference next week, we’re delighted that we managed to capture the wonderful presentations of our 2020 event. They are all uploaded onto our website and available to watch at any time.
Here’s a link to the page, which includes the following presentations:
|Walter Jehne||Explaining the Soil Carbon Sponge (in 3 parts)|
|Nigel Greenwood||Plant Health for Disease Supression and Human Health|
|Prof. Jack Heinemann||How Agrichemicals Cause Antibiotic Resistance in Disease-Causing Bacteria|
|Peter Barrett||Cover Crops: Don’t Overthink It!|
|Peter Fraser||Economics, Ethics and Animal Agriculture|
|Jono Frew||The Transition from Conventional to Regenerative Farming Practices|
|Phyllis Tichinin||Soil Aggregation Made Sexy: Biology vs Water Power|
|Dr. Alistair Humphrey||Drinking Water: Colorectal Cancer & Nitrates|
|Hamish Bielski||The Importance of Regeneratively-Managed Livestock to our Planet|
|Dr Mike Joy||National Water Standards: Why Change is Crucial (in 2 parts)|