Get ready to unlock the secret life of soil and its role in climate action and resilience
Hosted By Agrisea
Internationally recognised soil and groundcover ecologist Dr Christine Jones digs into the role of soil biology for fixing nitrogen, preventing leaching and raising your farm’s resilience and profitability. She is sought after worldwide for her knowledge and her seminars sell out.
If you're a farmer or care for the health of the planet and climate action, building soil resilience and the essential role soil plays to sustain life, you won't want to miss the chance to hear her insights.
“Dr Christine Jones has helped farmers all around the world transition from high input systems. Her life’s work has been supporting farmers worldwide and showing them how they can maximise the use of their land while remaining sustainable both environmentally and economically,” - Clare Bradley, AgriSea CEO.
The Loyal to Soil tour is in partnership with Rere ki uta Rere ki tai, a 10-farm Our Land and Water project hosted by AgriSea. Join the journey shaping primary production through respect for farmers and indigenous knowledge of Aotearoa New Zealand, as we support the lifeforce - the mauri - of soil.
Learn how to:
- Support the innate capacity of soil microbial communities to fix atmospheric nitrogen biologically.
- Improve the capacity of the soil to act as an effective bio-filter.
- Incorporate as much pasture diversity as possible to reduce the excretion of urinary N by livestock with the potential to reduce or eliminate the need for inorganic fertiliser.
Spaces are strictly limited - BOOK NOW.
We look forward to seeing you there!