1–4 December 2020, New Zealand
Grazing in Future Multi-Scapes
We are delighted to hold the First International Workshop on “Grazing in future multi-scapes: From thoughtscapes to landscapes, creating health from the ground up.”
We cordially invite you to Lincoln University, New Zealand from 1 to 4 December 2020. New Zealand is often called the most beautiful country on earth, as well as the ‘premier league of grazing management.' This makes New Zealand the ideal location for this unique event, which convenes experts in: system thinking；pastoralism；rangeland and grasslands ecology；indigenous development；agroecology；environmental sustainability；economic sociology；natural resources management；landscapes ecology and design
Our workshop will also engage with transformative innovation from all over the world in the framework of re-imagined or redesigned pastoralism and grazing for future landscapes.
This workshop provides a great opportunity to present state-of-the-art, future thinking and practice in grazing and pastoralism to an international audience of scientists, academics, post-grad students and policy makers. In a New Zealand grazing tradition going back more than 100 years, the workshop in is an excellent opportunity to assemble researchers for discourse on future grazing. There is no other scientific convention in the world that offers such breadth of topic coverage.