Webinars on Growing Kai (Food) Amid Increasing Dry Conditions

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Webinars on Growing Kai (Food) Amid Increasing Dry Conditions

May 11 @ 9:30 am - May 31 @ 4:30 pm

This month of May, the Deep South Challenge, together with other New Zealand science programs, offers three webinars that will culminate in a face-to-face symposium event in Te Papa, Wellington.

Webinar 1, 11 May: Drought and the changing climate: What does the future look like for farmers and growers?

“This webinar discusses the current understanding of changing drought risk and gives insight into a changing future for farmers and growers.”

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Webinar 2, 18 May: Drought and the changing climate: Farm profits and community resilience

“Understanding drought implications, who is at risk and how communities will be affected.”

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Webinar 3, 25 May: Drought and the changing climate: What to grow and where?

“How does policy and decision making need to change for the primary sector given the projected changes in climate?”

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Symposium, 31 May: Growing Kai Under Increasing Dry.

The face-to-face symposium help in the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington will provide opportunities to generate evidence-based conversation around future drought policy.

Registration for all webinars and face-to-face symposium is FREE, but the symposium has limited seats, and registration is a must.  Organizers are also requesting to please only register if you intend to come.

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For more information and to register, please click the link below:

Growing Kai under Increasing Dry: A Rolling Symposium

 

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