———- Forwarded message ———- From: Jeanette Watkins <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 23 February 2016 at 17:22 Subject: Climate Change Conference Rotorua: Confirm Your Registration Now Climate Change 2016: “Sustainable Economic Growth That Does Not Cost the Earth” Holiday Inn, Tryon Street, Rotorua, … Continue reading
Don Graves gave a presentation focused on biochar at the recent Land Use Opportunities Symposium in Rotorua. You can find a PDF version of the presentation here. Plenty of other interesting presentations and at least 2 others mention biochar. Coverage … Continue reading
I’ve sent an inquiry to the biochar list regarding using lake weed as a biomass source for biochar production and nutrient management. Will keep you posted on feedback. From the Royal Society newsletter… Lakes Symposium, 12-13 March, Rotorua “LakesWater Quality … Continue reading
Judges decide no winner in Rotorua Land Innovation Challenge 11 Jun 2014 “A competition aimed at finding viable alternative land uses for landowners in the Lake Rotorua catchment did not find a winner. While several entries for the Innovation Challenge … Continue reading
The following article is one of many I’ve seen that have biochar research opportunities blazing at me. Facilitating for more field based research could be one of our roles in the future. I look forward to seeing your comments on … Continue reading
I listened to the RNZ rural news podcast linked below back in July 2012 which includes a review of a water quality related project around Lake Rotorua. 2:30min in is a discussion on the “P Project”. Their project does seem to have some links to keyline plowing.
RNZ rural news – P-project
No reference to biochar in following 2010 report (but hardly surprising)…