Growing a Sustainable Farm: How to Nourish Your Land, Profits, and Community

with
Jodi Roebuck
Learn the gardening strategies of Roebuck Farm, a leader in sustainable farming, and how you can use them to make your farming business bloom. This event is being offered on Sunday, April 11th 1pm PT, which is Monday, April 12th 8am NZST in New Zealand. The ticket price is listed in USD.
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Roebuck Farm in Taranaki, New Zealand is known the world over for its sustainability. Their contemporary market gardening strategy has doubled their income while improving soil and building strong relationships within their community. Jodi Roebuck has honed these skills over his three decades of professional farming, and now he wants to share his strategies with you.

 

In this seminar, Jodi will explain how you can balance sustainability with profitability, all the while feeding your local community with fresh, delicious produce. By combining modern innovations with traditional growing principles, you, too, can grow your garden (and profit). Topics will include:

 

  • What crops grow the fastest and year round
  • Tracking your production and improving your consistency
  • How Jodi grossed a quarter million dollars in sales on only half an acre of land
  • Ways for you to build a bridge back to sustainable food systems

 

This course is suitable for start-up and experienced growers. Get your ticket today and learn from a leader in the sustainable food movement how to give back to the earth and get paid more while doing it.

Note on event timing: This event is being offered on Sunday, April 11th 1pm PT, which is Monday, April 12th 8am NZST in New Zealand. We encourage you to double check the timing of the event in your time zone using this time zone converter. Be sure to consider any upcoming time changes due to daylight savings.

 


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Growing a Sustainable Farm: How to Nourish Your Land, Profits, and Community

with

Jodi Roebuck

Sunday, April 11th, 1pm-2:30pm (PT) / Monday, April 12th, 8am-9:30 (New Zealand)
$
35.00
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Description

Roebuck Farm in Taranaki, New Zealand is known the world over for its sustainability. Their contemporary market gardening strategy has doubled their income while improving soil and building strong relationships within their community. Jodi Roebuck has honed these skills over his three decades of professional farming, and now he wants to share his strategies with you.

 

In this seminar, Jodi will explain how you can balance sustainability with profitability, all the while feeding your local community with fresh, delicious produce. By combining modern innovations with traditional growing principles, you, too, can grow your garden (and profit). Topics will include:

 

  • What crops grow the fastest and year round
  • Tracking your production and improving your consistency
  • How Jodi grossed a quarter million dollars in sales on only half an acre of land
  • Ways for you to build a bridge back to sustainable food systems

 

This course is suitable for start-up and experienced growers. Get your ticket today and learn from a leader in the sustainable food movement how to give back to the earth and get paid more while doing it.

Note on event timing: This event is being offered on Sunday, April 11th 1pm PT, which is Monday, April 12th 8am NZST in New Zealand. We encourage you to double check the timing of the event in your time zone using this time zone converter. Be sure to consider any upcoming time changes due to daylight savings.

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