Farmers, land and water managers, industry associations, researchers, governments, and communities are all grappling with the complex challenges of looking after our precious natural resources whilst ensuring sustainable farming businesses. There’s a lot we collectively ‘know’ alongside what we don’t. There’s a lot of diversity of views.
Farmers like Kate Mirams and Pete Neaves find themselves pushing up against the edge of innovation in their farming and business practice, as they try to learn, implement and share the farming practices that will heal the landscape and the water cycle, whilst keeping their business strong and profitable.
They feel the shared urgency and responsibility to “learn like mad” and implement the practices that will address some of the biggest challenges of our time. Kate and Pete greatly appreciate the opportunity to come together with diverse thinkers, to share, learn and develop new ways of moving forward collectively.
PHILIP MULVEY, CARBON COUNT
Demo & Prac: we invite you to bring about 250g of your best and worst top soil and soil from 30 cm deep and 4 empty jars to participate.
139-141 Main Road,
DATE & TIME:
5th April 2023
10:30am–2:30pm (a break for lunch included)