Location: Wharerata, Tennent Drive, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand
Time: 9:00 AM-4:30 PM
This seminar is designed to expand rural professionals' understanding of climate change, why agricultural greenhouse gas emissions are important in New Zealand, how they can be estimated within the farm system, and how emissions can be reduced at farm level.
Speakers from the New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre and AgFirst will bring you the latest in scientific understanding on climate change, and on the application and modelling of on-farm greenhouse gases. The seminars will be facilitated by Greg Lambert, an independent agricultural research consultant and Manawatu farmer.
The seminar is a great opportunity for rural professionals to expand their knowledge in the area of on-farm greenhouse gases as well as being in a better position to have more informed discussions with their farming clients. With a maximum number of 20 people per workshop, spaces are limited so don't miss out.
Topics areas to be covered during the seminar include;
For more information please contact email@example.com or call 04 939 9134. The organisers reserve the right to cancel a seminar if registration are low.
5 CPD hours
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