News
2018
Fiona Gower is a woman who wears many hats –  mum, wife, farmer, scout leader, Rural Women New Zealand National President and NZ Landcare Trust trustee, just to name a few. more ›
The NZ Landcare Trust is reaching new heights, using the latest in drone technology to capture geographical information and imagery thanks to a generous grant from the Palmerston North City Environmental Trust (PNCET). more ›
It is with great sadness that we said farewell to our former trustee Jon Wenham recently. Jon was a passionate supporter of NZ Landcare Trust, and represented Royal Forest & Bird Protection Society of New Zealand. He passed away unexpectedly at home in late July.  more ›
Many years of experience and hard work were unveiled at the Deer Industry Conference in May with the official launch of the Deer Industry Environmental Management Code of Practice. DINZ Chair Ian Walker and outgoing NZDFA Chair David Morgan presided over the launch. more ›
The NZ Landcare Trust has welcomed a new board member, Royal Forest & Bird Protection Society of New Zealand CEO Kevin Hague... more ›
The NZ Landcare Trust invites farmers from across the primary sector to a ‘Farming Sustainability for Profit’ workshop on June 29 in Wellington... more ›
Stewardship, sustainability and a focus on the environment gained Hinuera farmers Rod and Sandra McKinnon the top award at the Ballance Waikato Farm Environment Awards recently... more ›
NZ Landcare Trust is recruiting to fill a key position in the North Island. The Trust is seeking a highly motivated 'people person' to fill the position of Regional Coordinator in the Hawkes Bay region... more ›
After nearly 20 years of operating in Northland, NZ Landcare Trust is stepping away from the region... more ›
Citizen science is alive and well in New Zealand and growing – with the country’s first citizen science symposium held at Te Papa on Monday, April 9. more ›
Citizen science is alive and well in New Zealand and growing – with the country’s first citizen science symposium held at Te Papa on Monday, April 9. more ›
Bi-lingual resources created by the NZ Landcare Trust have been utilised by the Science Learning Hub to teach primary and secondary school-aged children. more ›
Coming from a diverse background of journalism, communications and public relations, Hannah Blake commenced her role ... more ›
Almost certainly the first World Wetland Day event on the planet occurred Friday 2nd February, with an early morning breakfast workshop on predators and peat lakes in Ohaupo.  more ›
A recent field trip to a Detainment Bund study site by a group of Rotorua landowners has started conversations ... more ›