General Feature
In an effort to gather information about the relative successes of different riparian planting programmes, NIWA is undertaking a nationwide study called the National Riparian Restoration Database project... ¬† more ›
Farming Feature
Think about the arrival of the car, the telephone, the personal computer, or the impact of automation and robotics. In the same way, cellular agriculture is set to disrupt conventional farming methods...  more ›
Biodiversity Feature
The native fish of the Waitahuna River in Otago benefitted from two days of community activity recently courtesy of a collaboration between NZ Landcare Trust and DOC...  more ›
Landcare Group Feature
Rural communities¬†are playing an increasingly important role supporting sustainable land and water management initiatives around the country. If you are involved with a group we would like to hear from you...  more ›
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Interested in urban restoration but not sure what native plants... more ›
Simon Upton was sworn in as Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment... more ›
WRA has increased funding available for restoration projects... more ›
Weedbusters travelled to Otorohanga to assist with planting missing Kahikatea understory species... more ›
The Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Thorne to the role of part-time Project Coordinator...  more ›
Maori language week presents a perfect opportunity to highlight 'Te Reo' resources...  more ›
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