The Aparima Community Environment (ACE) project is made up of six farmer-led catchment groups that have come together within the Aparima river catchment to develop and implement the “building our future together with our community project” over a three-year period.
ACE have been granted funding for this project through Thriving Southland’s Change and Innovation Project. Thriving Southland supports and enables community catchment groups to work together for a better future for all. The Change and Innovation Project is funded through the Ministry of Primary Industries’ Sustainable Land Use Programme.
Aparima Community Environment Group
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We will be using an online site called Slido to help facilitate interactive Q&A, collect your questions in advance of the event, and hear your feedback via live polls. Join the conversation here.
Future Farming Expo 2021
With increased awareness of our impact on land and water as well as shifting consumer behaviour, there is a real opportunity for the food & fibre sectors to meet these challenges.
Join the ACE Catchments in a discussion with industry leader experts on how the food & fibre sectors are researching, innovating and leading to reduce the farming environmental footprint.
With speakers from Agresearch, Otago University, Lincoln University, DairyNZ, Beef & Lamb and Fonterra, it will be a hands on day of what future farming system may look like.
Interactive displays showcasing breakthrough farming technology and innovation along with alternative farming concepts.
DATE: FRIDAY 11 JUNE
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