Welcome to our latest edition of Enuff, the third this year, all of which we hope will help to keep you updated on our latest operational activities, scholar insights, scholar news and upcoming events.
- A quarterly update from the GM
- Our new Nuffield Scholars
- What is the future – global insights from 2019 Scholars
- Nuffield NZ Conference – 2018/19 presenting scholars and their topics
- Nuffielders in the news
- Nuffield2020 Conference & Triennial update
- 2020 Calendar of events
- International Market Study opportunity
We hope you enjoy this edition of Enuff and on behalf of the staff and the Trustees we wish all Alumni and Investing Partners a great Christmas and New Year!
The Team at Rural Leaders
A Quarterly Update from the GM
NZ Rural Leadership Trust (NZRLT)
2020 Scholars pictured from left to right: Phil Weir, Tracy Brown, Edward Pinckney, Shannon Harnett, Ben McLauchlan
We were delighted to announce in November our 2020 Scholars who reflect a real diversity in background and sector interests, including Dairy Farming, Agriculture and Horticulture, Dry Stock, Sheep, Beef & Grazing and Viticulture.
What is the future?
Global insights from 2019 Scholars
After a year of travel and global learning experience, our 2019 Scholars have returned home with interesting insights and opinions.
Click on the Scholar photos below to hear what each of our scholars have to say about the challenges facing both the global and domestic agri-food sector.
Nuffield NZ Conference – 20 – 22 March 2020 Presenting Scholars
The Nuffield New Zealand Conference will feature 2018/19 presenting scholars and their topics followed by robust debate and discussion. Find out more about the presenting scholars topics here.
2018 Presenting Scholars and their topics
Click on the Scholar photos below to access their reports.
2019 Presenting Scholars and their topics
2019 Scholar reports are not yet available online
Food, Fibre and Fuel?Exploring opportunities to farm energy to profitably reach Net Zero Carbon
Understanding how pressure impacts farmer decision making
Developing and leading effective self-managing teams
Mind the Gap: bridging divergent stakeholder values
Can we farm in New Zealand without Glyphosate and other synthetic chemicals?
Nuffielders in the News
Recently the following Nuffield Scholars, Mat Hocken, Mel Poulton and Lucy Griffiths featured in the news for their recent achievements and new appointments:
- Matt Hocken – wins 2019 Rabobank Emerging Leader Award
- Mel Poulton – appointed as NZ’s Special Agricultural Trade Envoy, Minister for Trade & Export Growth
- Lucy Griffith’s – appointed to the Independent Investment Advisory Panel (IAP) for Sustainable Food and Fibre Futures (SFF Futures).
Find out more about their achievements below:
Nuffield2020 International Conference and Triennial
There is now just over three months until New Zealand hosts the Nuffield2020 International Conference and Triennial. Thank you for all your support in helping to promote this event. We are very excited about the programme we have put together with lots of fantastic visits, speakers and experiences for our delegates and partners. The numbers registered have already exceeded our expectations. We still have plenty of room for more people to attend and we’d love to have as many New Zealanders join us as possible. So if you are still thinking about attending all or part of the conference there are lots of options available over the 11 day programme. View the programme here.
Nuffield International Agribusiness Summit
The Nuffield International Agribusiness Summit programme is being regularly updated with new speakers. As the Summit is open to the wider agri-sector, we hope that you can continue to promote this fast paced one day event to your wider networks.
Check out our great line up speakers at the Summit.
Michael Taylor, Chairman Nuffield2020
Registrations received so far:
2020 NZ Rural Leaders Calendar of Events
International Market Study Opportunity
Expressions of Interest
NZ Apples & Pears and Massey Business School are calling for expressions of interest for the Executive International Horticultural Immersion Program (Exec IHIP) which is scheduled to run from 25th Jan to 7th Feb 2020. The programme provides emerging leaders, executives, and growers the opportunity to follow the selected horticultural value chains into key European markets.
The program will immerse participants in world’s best practice systems, collaboration, innovation, and consumer and market trends through Belgium, The Netherlands, and Germany. The program will finish at Fruit Logistica, Berlin.
Click here for more details about the programme or contact Erin Simpson email@example.com , Hamish Gow firstname.lastname@example.org and Emma Boase email@example.com for more information regarding the program.