The Regenerators: A better way to farm Greenpeace NZ Video
Agroforestry: A new approach to increasing farm production Martin Crawford (leading researcher) research forest garden (can be incorporated alongside farm): Food forest from New Zealand (temperate region–2 acre site):
Carbon and Methane Rural Delivery TV
By John Clarke
The 2016 Climate Change Projections for NZ predict that the eastern half of Northland will experience hotter, drier summers with less winter rain and frosts. Droughts will become more common, as will extreme weather events. Relative humidity will decrease and evapotranspiration will increase. I believe that planning our landscapes to meet these changes will increase our chances of successfully localising our food supply.Recently there has been interest in developing a tropical fruit industry in Northland. I suggest that by adopting mixed plantings of alley crops on contour with appropriate soil building techniques (such as the Yeoman’s plough on contour), water harvesting techniques (such as swales and vetiver grass), and minimisation of soil cultivation through direct reseeding, I believe that we can reduce risks while maximising production, minimising input costs, maximisi…..