News
2014
Increasingly dairy farmers are discovering a range of benefits following changes to farm management systems...  more ›
The Trust helped organise two Freshwater Cultural Health Workshops in the Bay of Plenty region recently...  more ›
Bill Kerrison from the Bay of Plenty recently won the River Story Award at the 2014 NZ River Awards...  more ›
A new online resource will help identify which native plants to select for each purpose and location...  more ›
Two Canterbury rivers took out 1st and 3rd place in the 2014 New Zealand River Awards for the most improved rivers in the country...  more ›
Rural Women NZ invited the Trust to deliver a presentation at their recent National Conference...  more ›
Sustainable farming practices within the deer industry will gain additional profile through the release of five video clips released today... more ›
The structure will help highlight the positive contribution silt traps can make to water quality...  more ›
Trust CEO Dr. Nick Edgar has been awarded a Churchill Fellowship by the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust...  more ›
Over one hundred people came to see two wild kiwi released in Northland... more ›
Weekend-of-action proved to be a big hit around the country with hundreds of volunteers turning out to get involved... more ›
23/10/14Final Week
With less than a week to go, please pledge and help us fund this project...  more ›
When it comes to water quality not many organisations can claim to have the support of major bodies representing production, recreation and the environment...  more ›
Come and join NZ Landcare Trust this weekend as we celebrate the work of communities from around NZ...  more ›
Collaboration was the key ingredient in a planting event that took place in Northland in September...  more ›
If you are interested in protecting NZs waterways come and join NZ Landcare Trust's 'Communities for Clean Water' weekend of action 18 – 19 October...  more ›
Dr Nick Smith returns to the Environmental portfolio, where Key said the initial focus will be on RMA reform...  more ›
A recent Nelson/Marlborough survey gives a snapshot of farmer perceptions and attitudes...  more ›
The Trust is involved in the launch of an exciting new global crowdfunding initiative on the Pozible website today...  more ›
Farmers and landowners with an interest in the latest irrigation ideas may like to attend...  more ›
A series of events will be delivered around the country, here we look at what's planned in Northland...  more ›
The Trust is offering an exciting project as part of the launch of a new global crowdfunding category, 'The Landcare & Environment Collection'...  more ›
Federated Farmers have been working with DairyNZ to analyse the $100m freshwater fund policy, recently announced by the National Party...  more ›
Today the Trust is launching 'Communities for Clean Water,' a campaign that aims to celebrate community involvement in sustainable land and water projects...  more ›
The Trust will shortly embark on a national campaign to highlight the role communities can play in helping improve water quality in New Zealand...  more ›
The Trust's Waitangi Catchment project reached a key milestone earlier this month with the release of Farming for the Future...  more ›
Over 140 people attended the Northland Pest Control Workshop at Waimate North on Sunday...  more ›
Landcare Ambassador Todd Hamilton is a regional winner in the 2014 Pride of New Zealand awards...  more ›
Trust releases report, 'Pomahaka Catchment: Issues and Options to Improve Water Quality'...  more ›
The Trust has recently released a Catchment Action Plan for Lake Ngaroto as part of an MfE funded project...  more ›
Winter sunshine greeted the launch of NZ Landcare Trust's newest publication 'Waikato River Restoration: A Bi-lingual Guide'...  more ›
The Trust is planning to celebrate Maori Language Week by launching an innovative new bi-lingual publication...  more ›
New NZLT publication to be launched by Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy...  more ›
The innovative Northland based Kiwi Coast project has just launched a website...  more ›
The sun turned up along with nearly 250 volunteers at the Wakaaranga Reserve in Auckland to celebrate World Environment Day...  more ›
The Aorere Catchment Project is once again attracting attention, this time from Land And Water Aotearoa...  more ›
Those with an interest in NZ freshwater fish will want to take a look at the latest DOC study...  more ›
This years winners of the NZ Landcare Trust Award for Innovation in Farm Forestry...  more ›
The Trust will have a presence at Fieldays, reflecting support for our work...  more ›
23/05/14Welcome Mike
The Trust is delighted to announce that Mike Copeland has joined our team in the newly established West Coast Regional Office...  more ›
June is going to see the Trust's innovative Volcano to Sea Project busier than ever, with nearly 20 community planting events scheduled to take place...  more ›
Best wishes to Volcano to Sea Project Coordinator Trudy Rankin as she takes maternity leave...  more ›
The Trust will shortly release an innovative new book, 'Waikato River Restoration: A Bi-lingual Guide...  more ›
Two years on and the farmer-led Waitangi River Catchment project is starting to show real progress...  more ›
The Trust's 'Working for Opihi Water' project was among the successful SFF submissions...  more ›
Registration for the annual Environmental Defense Society conference is now open...  more ›
Our Once and Future Planet tackles the immensely complicated relationship between people and our environment... more ›
International Year of the Family Farm Roadshow organised by Rural Women NZ...  more ›
Information on the quality of all New Zealand freshwater rivers and catchments is now available to the general public... more ›
Trust publishes 2 new movie clips highlighting Field Horsetail and the work being carried out to control it...  more ›
Trust Project Coordinator was delighted with the turn out for the Volcano to Sea project 'Community Adventure Race'...  more ›
The Trust is pleased to announce the launch of a new one year project in the Waikato Region...  more ›
The Trust is excited to announce the Volcano to Sea Project Community Adventure Race in March...  more ›
Farmers in the North Canterbury region are set to benefit from a project involving NZ Landcare Trust...  more ›
The Trust was delighted to be a key supporter of the National Wetland Trust Symposium held in Auckland in late February...  more ›
The Trust has launched a recruitment campaign to find a Regional Coordinator for the West Coast region...  more ›
About 100 farmers attended a Clover Root Weevil seminar in February at Knapdale, near Gore in Southland...  more ›
Last weekend over 80 people gathered together at Owhiwa in Northland for a rare opportunity to meet a live kiwi...  more ›