We’re delighted to be able to use some really good organic food farmed very close to our Conference Venue to feed our delegates over the weekend!
‘Wyld Lamb’ are providing one of our main course options from nearby Banks Peninsula. This is a Beattie family-owned brand that values ethics, sustainability, taste and quality.
HERE’S A BIT MORE ABOUT THEM IN THEIR OWN WORDS :
Our 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. The Wyld lambs have never been in a farm yard and have never been handled by humans.
Wyld Lamb is hunted in the wild. This ensures no stress to the animal. The most ethical way of eating meat.
For the full story check out www.wyldlamb.co.nz
The Regenerative Soil Solution Conference 2020
On March 7 & 8th, 2020, we will be holding our Annual Conference 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.