NZ Landcare Trust plans to release 2 new publications in 2011, each will focus on a key aspect of landcare in New Zealand.Regional Coordinator for the Bay of Plenty Kate... more ›
A survey has been developed by the Upper Taieri Water Resource Management Group to help increase understanding of how the project is working. Questionnaires will be sent out shortly to irrigators,... more ›
Helen Moodie has been a highly valued member of the NZ Landcare Trust staff and a passionate supporter of the landcare movement. After 14 years of service Helen has decided to... more ›
'Best Management Practices for Enhancing Water Quality in the Waikato' has been designed to showcase some of the excellent work undertaken by Waikato farmers. Eight Case Studies demonstrate how to farm... more ›
Management of waterways and native flora and fauna near farm land will be improved as a result of a funding boost for the New Zealand Landcare Trust, Environment Minister Nick... more ›
Farmers, lifestyle block owners and landowners living in the Western Bay of Plenty will have an opportunity to learn about sustainable land management and biodiversity enhancement practices at an upcoming... more ›
Award winning film maker Kathleen Gallagher will be in Hamilton on Tuesday 5th October to launch her new film 'Water Whisperers Tangaroa'.The film explores how 10 communities have gathered together... more ›
The Shallow Lakes Tour for Resource Managers held on the 31st August 2010 by NZ Landcare Trust attracted 40 participants from a range of agencies.The event began with an overview of management at... more ›
Last year the government asked the Land and Water Forum to undertake a comprehensive stakeholder review of the way water is managed in New Zealand. Yesterday the final report ‘A... more ›
NZ Landcare Trust commissioned PA Handford & Associates and Ag First Northland to write a report on the potential impact of the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) on farmers in Northland.Forestry... more ›
Filmed in stunning locations around New Zealand, a new film ‘Water Whisperers Tangaroa’ explores the work carried out by 10 communities as they seek to repair waterways and protect them... more ›
NZ Landcare Trust (NZLT) welcomed Liz Evans to her new role as a trustee for the organisation at a recent board meeting in Wellington. Mrs. Evans is also the new... more ›
Landcare Groups Harness the Potential of Web Technology... more ›
Many new technologies are now within easy reach of community groups. This has been brilliantly illustrated by the Whangarei Heads Landcare Forum (WHLF) who recently launched an excellent website as... more ›
Māori language edition of 'Fish Fact Sheet'... more ›
Community water resource management summary released... more ›
A summary report has been released relating to a ‘Community Led Water Resource Management’ workshop hosted by The Upper Taieri Water Resource Management Group and the Sustainable Farming Fund in March 2010 (original news article here>). A... more ›
Scientists and farmers get together at Te Pahu Farm Field day... more ›
The weather may have been variable but it did not dampen the spirits of the 70 attendees at the Te Pahu Farm field day held on Tuesday 29th June.The event... more ›
NZ Landcare Trust (NZLT) and sponsors Transpower celebrated the launch of a new publication ‘Landcare: A Practical Guide’ at the National Agricultural Fieldays on Wednesday 16th June. The successful launch... more ›
The Environmental Defence Society (EDS) will hold its national conference 'Reform in Paradise II'  at the Aotea Centre, The Edge, Auckland, New Zealand, 2-3 June 2010.The event will build on the success of last... more ›
As a part of NZ Landcare Trust’s Hooked on Native Fish project, a 2 day community workshop will take place in Raglan on April 23-24. The aim is to introduce our... more ›
Clover Root Weevil has arrived in Southland with populations of this destructive pest  discovered at the Gore A & P Showgrounds, Gore Racecourse and a couple of dairy farms in... more ›
State of the Environment (SoE) Report released today... more ›
The value of water and the importance of its management was considered at the National Workshop on Community-Led Water Resource Management, held in Ranfurly, Upper Taieri, Central Otago from 18... more ›
Our latest Annual Report provides a great opportunity to reflect on some of the work that our Regional and Project Coordinators undertook in 2010, helping farmers, landowners and community groups take... more ›
The Kaimai catchments will benefit from a community-driven approach to managing its natural resources following the signing of a partnership agreement by the Department of Conservation, Environment Bay of Plenty... more ›
The Golden Bay Marine Farmers Consortium have stepped in to help the Aorere Stream Care Group following a cut in their funding. Consortium members Kris Solly and Jason McKay presented the... more ›