Farming Feature
Sustainable land and water management may not be considered a priority for most businesses, yet for some within New Zealand's primary industries that could be about to change, as leaders consider the advantages and challenges of moving primary produce up the value chain...  more ›
General Feature
So, you've got willows or alders on your land. Maybe you like the look of them and feel they are performing an important role, or perhaps you see them as a pest and want to get rid of them? What should you do? Find out here...  more ›
Biodiversity Feature
Reaching heights of over 60 metres, the kahikatea is New Zealand's tallest tree and once covered a large percentage of our swampy lowland forests. Unfortunately the magnificent kahikatea now occupies only small isolated stands and is in need of protection...  more ›
Farming Feature
Former Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment and current Chair of WWF-NZ Dr Morgan Williams was the guest speaker at a recent Community Catchment Management Workshop organised by NZ Landcare Trust in Murchison...  more ›
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The Minister for Primary Industries Hon Nathan Guy presented farmers John and Catherine Ford with the Gordon Stephenson Trophy...  more ›
Ensuring other farmers and their communities are ready for tomorrows challenges is the motivation behind a web based service...  more ›
Enthusiastic Ohaupo locals rolled up their sleeves to help plant three sedimentation ponds and infiltration wetlands close to Rotomanuka Lakes...  more ›
Farmstrong is a new initiative to promote wellbeing for all farmers and growers across New Zealand...  more ›
QEII celebrate their 4000th covenant at an event hosted in the Waikato...  more ›
Following the success of a one year scoping exercise, nearly $150,000 has been secured for the Pomahaka catchment project... more ›
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