Incubator Conference 2010 - Rotorua Lakes and Lands Trust

By: Rotorua Lakes And Land Trust  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Biological Farming, Watercress, Land Trust

The 2010 Incubator Conference presented by Rotorua Lakes and Land Trust & Te Arawa Federation of Maori Authorities, was held on Monday 21st June 2010 at Rydges Hotel, Fenton Street, Rotorua.

With a core theme "New Directions"  Incubator Conference focused on how we may be able to achieve:

  • Clean waterways and reduction in toxic soil applications.

  • More efficient and sustainable management frameworks being available to the preferred land use sectors and landowners.

New Directions Incubator Conference will launch:

  • The Incubator Initiative - Administration Services, Soil Research, Housing, Health, Honey, Investment and Securing Bank Loans

  • Working together.

The conference primary streams addressed the effects being expended at all levels to clean waterways, retain the primary rural food producing sectors and help more sustainable options.  It will address efforts of local Government and local Committees to clean waters and create better, less toxic, land use product options. 

Finally, the creation and implementation of the Incubator will be launched with speakers on various subjects relevant to today's Incubator operations, and the conference will culminate with an open forum before closure.

On the following pages you will be able to view presentations presented by speakers at Conference.

Keywords: Biological Farming, Land Trust, Watercress

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