07/12/09News Item.
American based parcel giant UPS has awarded NZ Landcare Trust US$20,000 from its Environmental Sustainability fund. UPS Auckland Branch Manager Megan Lynch presented the cheque to NZ Landcare Trust CEO... more ›
NZ Landcare Trust is delighted to welcome Kate Akers to the team. Kate took up the post of Regional Coordinator for the Bay of Plenty on 23rd November and will... more ›
Tanes Tree Trust held its tenth anniversary conference from 18th to 20th November, at the University of Waikato. The event was very well attended and celebrated some of the milestones achieved since the first... more ›
The 2009 Nelson Tasman Environmental Awards were presented in a ceremony at Woollaston Estate in Mahana on 20th November. A total of 87 entries were received and groups supported by NZ Landcare Trust... more ›
This years innovative event combined Grasslands and New Zealand Association of Resource Management (NZARM) in a joint conference, providing the opportunity for production and sustainability issues to share a single... more ›
NZ Landcare Trust has successfully applied for additional DOC Biodiversity funding to support its work in Northland and Southland.DOC have awarded a grant of $150,000 spread over a period of... more ›
Sunday November 1 1:30pm – 4:30pmBuilding on the highly successful gully-themed tours run over the last decade by Tui 2000, this year’s tour, run in partnership with the NZ Landcare... more ›
A group of Tasman district farmers are being hailed as champions for their commitment to improving the Sherry River's water quality. Thirty people gathered at a community planting event... more ›
NZ Landcare Trust is seeking a highly motivated person to fill the position of Regional Coordinator in the Bay of Plenty region. The position will be based in the Environment... more ›
Registration for the next Grassland/NZARM Conference opened 1st September. This years conference will take place at the Copthorne Hotel and Resort, Waitangi, Bay of Islands from November 3- 5. Northland... more ›
NZ Landcare Trust, in partnership with Transpower,  is developing a National Landcare Resource Kit aimed at helping farmers, landowners and community groups to tackle landcare issues. The kit will offer... more ›
The Upper Taieri Water Management Steering Group has made a successful application to the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry’s Sustainable Farming Fund. The grant will see the group receive $100,000... more ›
Aorere community take pride in improved water quality... more ›
The 'Aorere Catchment Group' hosted a celebration of water quality enhancement with a wide audience on Friday 26th June. The 'dairy farmer-driven' project has been pivotal in raising awareness of... more ›
NZ Landcare Trust, CEO Dr. Nick Edgar was the successful applicant for last years prestigious Science Leader Award. This awards provides access to the Hillary Leadership Programme, delivered by 'Excelerator:... more ›
This year NZ Landcare Trust returned to the National Fieldays at Mystery Creek. The central theme for this years event was 'My Land Our Environment' a statement that aligns well... more ›
The 8-9 June will see the SkyCity Convention Centre play host to the 'Reform in Paradise: threat or opportunity' conference.Reform in Paradise will focus on critically examining how well New Zealand's... more ›
This event is the largest agricultural show in the Southern Hemisphere and NZ Landcare Trust will be there. The central theme this year is 'My Land Our Environment', a phrase... more ›
 NZ Landcare Trust will once again be sponsoring the Landcare Section of the Ag Art Wear Awards. This wearable art event is now in its fifteenth year and always attracts... more ›
A website is a critical component in the 'communications mix' for most successful organisations. We recognise that our old website was looking out of date and did not really reflect our... more ›
The 'Northland Agricultural Field days' is due to take place 26-28th February in Dargaville. This is the second largest agricultural field days in New Zealand and is a key event... more ›