The Environment Module starts with a practical, hands-on workshop. It’s followed by one or two further events as needed to help refine your farm plan and address further specific technical areas.
This workshop is suitable for both farmers with an existing Land Environment Plan (LEP) or Farm Environment Plan (FEP) and those wanting to start documenting their farm plan. Workshop delivery will cater to all farmers and you can learn from others and work together on common risks and opportunities.
- You’ll start mapping your farm into Land Management Units, the basis of the environment module of a farm plan.
- You’ll learn hands-on, practical techniques you can use every day to assess soils, freshwater and biodiversity.
- You’ll be introduced to building climate change resilience into your farm business, including assessing your GHG emissions and sequestration – getting to ‘know your numbers’.
At the completion of Workshop One you’ll be armed with the practical tools you’ll need to start or refine your B+LNZ farm planning journey.
Follow-up events will occur one–two months after the first workshop and further sessions may be held at a later date on specific subjects as required. Subsequent workshops will be demand-led, covering areas you particularly want to focus on.
Morning tea and lunch provided.
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Covid-19 Protection Framework
This event is operating under an orange traffic light – all attendees will be required to show their My Vaccine Pass on the day. This is the official record of your COVID-19 vaccination status (you can request a My Vaccine Pass if you’ve had two doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in New Zealand, or had an approved vaccination overseas or have a medical exemption).
You must record your attendance through the B+LNZ attendance register on the day and scan the COVID-19 QR code for the venue.
If you have cold or flu symptoms or are awaiting the results from a COVID-19 test, please stay at home.