Calendar

2019 Calendar of Events

June

Wednesday 19 & Thursday 20

(rescheduled from March)

NZ Biochar Workshops

Biochar for Beef, Dairy & Avocado Health & Productivity 

Two workshops over two days, March 6 & 7, 2019 featuring Doug Pow, an Innovative Beef & Avocado Grower who is getting great success with both his cattle and avocados using biochar. Melissa Rebbeck is a researcher who has tested biochar to improve pastures and is now working on milk quality in dairy cattle by feeding them biochar. Shaun Forgie, is a world renowned dung beetle specialist, he will present on what species of dung beetles are doing well in NZ soils and his experience with biochar.

 

Winter Online Webinar – June 20

(As Above)

Biochar for Beef, Dairy & Avocado Health & Productivity

Second day of the repeated format will be live streamed and recorded. This is available as part of ANZBI membership or $39 for non-members.

September

Spring Online Webinar

Date and topic to be announced

October                                                                     

Sunday 20 – Tuesday 22

 

1st ANZ Biochar Study Tour

The Green Triangle Region (S.A./Victoria)

The 3 day Study Tour at great locations in Mt Gambier and Tantanoola, South Australia and Portland, Victoria (the Green Triangle Region) will be Sunday 20 to Tuesday 22 October. Study Tour Intent is to attract and involve potential commercial scale users of biochar. Delegates will learn the practicalities of using biochar at commercial scale and be empowered with knowledge and contacts to become a new commercial scale activist user of biochar.

For more information and to register click on the information flyer on the right. ANZBI Members apply coupon code member20off at checkout for a further 20% discount on prices.

Thursday 24 – Saturday 26

 

3rd ANZ Biochar Conference

Melbourne Metropolitan Region

The 3 day Conference will be held in the Melbourne Metropolitan Region, often referred to as ‘cultural capital of Australia’ and is hosted by the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University), at their historic Melbourne City Campus with a field trip to Templestowe & RMIT’s laboratories. The event will be held from Thursday October 24 to Saturday October 26.

ANZBC19 programme will involve; *10 x 30 minute plenary sessions and 40 x 20 minute concurrent sessions The following topic areas apply; (i) biochar for soil, plants and trees (ii) biochar for animal feed (iii) biochar for building materials (iv) biochar for road materials (v) biochar for water filtration & soil remediation

To submit an abstract and register for the event click on the information flyer on the right. ANZBI Members apply coupon code member20off at checkout for a further 20% discount on prices.