How can we get the most out of Farm Environment Plans?

In light of the unusual year that 2020 has been, the Farmed Landscapes Research Centre (FLRC) team will run the 2021 FLRC Workshop in a different format. This will be a one-day webinar, with live Zoom Webinar connection to the AgHort Lecture block at Massey University, Palmerston North (where we normally hold the workshop) on Wednesday 10th February from approx. 10am to 6pm. The participants can attend the webinar either face-to-face at Massey or online via Zoom Webinar connection.

We are not seeking submissions of abstracts for presentation for the 2021 Webinar. Instead, FLRC will put together a programme of invited talks and discussions around the webinar theme of ‘How can we get more from FEP’s?’.

We welcome registrations to participate in the event face-to-face or online. There will be no registration fee for participants joining the event online. For those attending in-person, morning and afternoon teas, lunch, and social drinks at the end of the webinar will be provided. Therefore, there will be a relatively small registration fee for these attendees.

This 1st Special FLRC Webinar is a one-off replacement of the annual Workshop for 2021. We expect to hold the 34th Annual FLRC Workshop in February 2022 in our normal format of 2-3 days with invitation of abstract submissions and presentations.


FLRC 1st Special One-Day Webinar

How to get the most from Farm Environment Plans (FEPs)

10 February 2021

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Webinar Program

Webinar Questions

Webinar Link

The webinar will be available to be viewed after the 10th. Please register for the webinar, even if you can't attend, to be sent the link for viewing at a later date.

FLRC thanks our loyal family of sponsors who continue to support us. This enables our free webinar to be held and keeps in-person registration costs to a minimum.

     
         

FLRC hosts an annual workshop which is conducted on a topic of importance to the New Zealand land-based industries. FLRC has hosted these workshops at Massey University since 1987, which are of relevance to scientists, researchers, fertiliser industry representatives, producer boards, agricultural and horticultural consultants, progressive farmers, Government policy analysts and local and regional authorities who are concerned with primary production in New Zealand. They have become established as an effective means of debate and information transfer on topics of mutual interest. Continuing support from many quarters has enabled FLRC to arrange a series of quality events with national and international significance.

Published proceedings from previous workshops serve as a permanent record of the knowledge, science and perspectives at the time and include all papers presented. These are a valuable resource for those who need to consider the implications related to the topics, whether from industry, science, policy or a scholarship perspective.

For further information about our webinar or previous workshops please contact: Christine Christensen

 
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Delegates at the 25th Annual FLRC Workshop in February 2012

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A cake to celebrate the milestone