How we manage, exploit and protect our land has always had fundamental implications for our civilisation. Might this also be true for our response to the climate problem? Can we really tackle climate change, enhance agricultural production, generate energy and lock carbon into our soils? If so, how? (Source: The Deakins 2010 brochure).
Johannes Lehmann is Associate Professor of Soil Biogeochemistry and Soil Fertility Management at Cornell University. During the past 10 years, he has focused on nano-scale investigations of organic matter and the development of bioenergy systems. Dr Lehmann is Co-Founder and Chair of the Board of the International Biochar Initiative.
Practical Farming Demonstation
No Kill Cropping” practitioner Michael Inwood demonstrates the electric ute that pulls the Agroplow AD Hybrid disc drill. (Source: The Deakins 2010 Brochure)
Johannes Lehmann:Associate Professor of Soil Biogeochemistry and Soil Fertility Management at Cornell University
Andrew Broad: President, Victorian Farmer's Federation
Michael Inwood: "No Kill Cropping" practitioner
Stephen Joseph: Managing Director Anthroterra
Alan Lauder: Author of Carbon Grazing