Can we pick Aotearoa New Zealand’s next billion-dollar food and fibre industries? How can scientists help landowners diversify farming systems to better suit their land? How do we harness the power of collaboration to build trust and make better decisions?
If you are passionate about the environment (and planning a trip to Wellington in mid-August), why not head along to the Our Land and Water Symposium | Kia Mauri Ora te Whenua at Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington, 12 and 13 August 2019.
This year’s Our Land and Water Symposium will showcase research completed as part of its first three years, drawing in social, cultural, environmental and political contexts to generate new ideas and inspiration. For researchers, it’s a great opportunity to connect with, and ask questions of, other researchers and industry leaders, share your ideas, and make connections between people and ideas.
Be part of the solution, alongside people working to restore our land and water from within regional councils, universities and CRIs, industry bodies, NGOs, on farms and within iwi, hapū and businesses.
Early Bird tickets are just $119 for two days (including kai!) and are on sale until 21 July – get yours today.
For more information, head to https://ourlandandwater.nz/olw2019