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New Zealand has a golden opportunity to build on the strengths of our primary sector and transform our rural heartland into a global model for regenerative agriculture. Join us for a series of conversations with farmers, soil scientists, and business leaders to explore the nuts and bolts of regenerative farming, the role of market mechanisms, funding models, soil science, systems-thinking, and community mental health.

Episode 6

The transition from conventional input-based farming to regenerative can be costly for the first few years. This session brings in business leaders and entrepreneurs to discuss how we can best support farmers to make the switch.

Speakers:

Mike Taitoko, Rod Oram, Geoff Ross, Justine Ross

Alina Siegfried is the author of Our Regenerative Future and will moderate this series. Alina is a storyteller, narrative specialist, and spoken word artist with a passion for systems change. Learn more about her at: www.alinasiegfried.com

This event is part of a new six part series of New Frontiers events focused on Our Regenerative Future produced by Pure Advantage and the Edmund Hillary Fellowship. Register for upcoming events at ehf.org/new-frontiers and learn more at @PureAdvantage – https://pureadvantage.org/ourregenerativefuturecampaign/

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