At this event, the Our Land and Water National Science Challenge delves into how we can restore land and water while also producing economic value from these taonga.
Can we pick Aotearoa’s next billion-dollar food and fibre industries? How can scientists help land-owners diversify farming systems to better suit their land? How do we harness the power of collaboration to build trust and make better decisions when it comes to farming and conservation?
These are just some of the issues that will be up for discussion. Come along to be part of the solution, joining people who are working to restore our land and water from within regional councils, universities and CRIs, industry bodies, NGOs, on their farms and in their iwi, hapū and businesses.
Earlybird tickets are just $119 for two days (including kai!) and are on sale until 21 July. After that, tickets are still an affordable $199.
For latest updates, join the Facebook event, sign up to the Our Land and Water newsletter or check their website. #OLW2019