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New Zealand Effluent Expo

               

  

                                                              

New Zealand Effluent Expo Trip 2019 - come join us!

The River Health Action Plan Project funded through NRM North, in conjunction with DairyTas, is pleased to be supporting farmers and service providers to attend 2019 NZ Effluent Expo.  There is funding to support 11 people with a $500 subsidy to join the trip. 

Dates: 19,20,21 November 2019

Location:  Effluent Expo is at Mystery Creek Field Days site, plus we will be visiting farms around Hamilton region.  Start and finish at Auckland Airport, but you are welcome to stay on and make a trip of it, and see other farms and NZ contacts.

Website for Effluent Expo  
Effluent Expo facebook page  
Snap shot of last year’s event

Why attend?:  

  • Effluent Expo is THE one stop place for effluent ideas and inspiration! 
  • Topical speakers on a broad range of sustainable farming issues
  • Last year over 1600 Kiwis attended
  • One of the best trade displays of technologies, innovations and effluent equipment in the world.  Think Agfest for effluent!  
  • It won’t just be effluent - we are planning a fun trip, attending the Expo social night with locals, plus a dinner with local farmers
  • Interesting farm tours and opportunity to learn more broadly about sustainable farming issues in NZ

Please register your interest by clicking here and filling in the information by 30 September or contact DairyTas Sustainable Dairying Adviser Rachel Brown on 0409 333 381 rbrown@landly.com.au if you have any questions.  

Supported by NRM North through the Tamar River Health Action Plan Catchment Program, with funding provided by the Australian Government and Tasmanian Government through the Launceston City Deal and the Australian Government Tamar Estuary River Health Grant

             

                                                         

                           

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