National Fieldays

Massey University is pleased to host an exclusive ‘In Conversation’ event for Massey alumni, students and whānau with Prof. Chris Anderson and Mike Manning on Wednesday 16 June. Moderated by the Head of the School of Agriculture & Environment Prof. Paul Kenyon, our guest speakers will discuss the future of farming and how Massey research is informing how we might best manage the environment for a sustainable future.

About the Speakers

Professor Paul Kenyon (BAgSc 1996, MAppSc 1997, PhD 2002)

Head of the School of Agriculture and Environment at Massey University

Professor Kenyon leads more than 90 academic staff teaching and researching in the broad Agriculture, Horticulture and Environmental science disciplines. Paul has more than 20 years of experience in sheep research in New Zealand and internationally with a focus on improving on-farm productivity and profitability.

Professor Chris Anderson (BSc (Hons) 1997, PhD 2000)

Head of Environmental Sciences Group at Massey University.

A soil chemist, Chris's research focuses on the use of plants to extract, degrade or immobilise contaminants in soil. He has significant experience in the application of new environmental chemistry techniques to current science and technology problems.

Mike Manning (BAgSc 1982)

General Manager, Innovation and Strategy at Ravensdown

Mike started with Ravensdown in 1981 soon after finishing at Massey and has held a variety of roles in regional management, marketing, sales, supply and R&D.

Event Details

Date: Wednesday 16 June

Time: 5.00pm - 7.00pm

Location: National Fieldays Society HQ, 125 Mystery Creek Road, Hamilton

RSVP: By Monday 14 June below or email to reserve your place.

Light refreshments will be served.

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Wednesday 16 June
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
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