News
2015
Project offers information that will allow dry land farmers the opportunity to assess options...  more ›
Barbara Stuart has been appointed to the Board of the New Zealand Walking Access Commission...  more ›
The Trust's Pomahaka catchment project was one of two winners of the 'New Zealand River Story Award'...  more ›
Business award had special significance for those interested in sustainable agriculture thanks to Taupō Beef...  more ›
The 'Hooked on Native Fish' fact sheets are now available as a bi-lingual resource, with all six information sheets available in both Te Reo and English...  more ›
Farmers in Marlborough are working hard to contain and prevent the spread of Chilean Needle Grass...  more ›
Radio interview tells story of Whaingaroa Harbour, where clean streams led to a clean harbour... more ›
NZLT delivers talk about Lake Ngaroto Catchment project as aprt of NZARM conference field trip...  more ›
Peanut butter and jelly meat helps to identify pests at Lake Rotopiko...  more ›
Farmers and growers are being urged to prepare now for the possible impact of El Nino...  more ›
Project partners WWF-NZ are currently seeking to recruit a Programme Coordinator for Reconnecting Northland...  more ›
The Minister for the Environment Dr Nick Smith added his backing for NZ Landcare Trust's new Citizen Science based initiative...  more ›
Statistics New Zealand and the Ministry for the Environment release national environmental report 'Environment Aotearoa 2015'...  more ›
MfE confirmed yesterday that they will contribute funding to new Citizen Science project...  more ›
NZ Landcare Trust's Arorere River Project won the inaugural Morgan Foundation NZ Riverprize at the International Riversymposium Awards Dinner in Brisbane...  more ›
Morgan Foundation released a movie clip to highlight excellent work carried out by NZ Riverprize finalists...  more ›
The latest episode of TV One's Rural Delivery programme looked at collaboration for environmental gain in the Rai Valley...  more ›
Judges for this years NZI Sustainable Business Awards have announced that NZ Landcare Trust will be amoungst the finalists...  more ›
With less than 2 weeks before International Riversymposium, the Trust is making preparations to deliver a presention on the Aorere River Project...  more ›
NZ Landcare Trust is embarking on a new initiative combining community based environmental data collection with biodiversity restoration work...  more ›
The Pest Detective website aims to help identify pest species from paw prints or droppings...  more ›
The theme for this year's NZARM conference is 'Confluence: Huihuinga wai'...  more ›
In the last couple of months over 250 Canterbury farmers and their advisors have attended a range of workshops, field events and presentations...  more ›
Three new publications have been released as part of NZ Landcare Trust's Opihi Water Project in Canterbury...  more ›
The latest Kiwi Coast Annual Report is now available and covers the second year of project implementation...  more ›
Māori language week presents a great opportunity to draw attention to Te Reo resources...  more ›
The Trust will be playing a significant role at EDS conference, with CEO on a discussion panel...  more ›
The Trust has responded to farmers, by creating catchment specific GMP posters for the South Island...  more ›
NZ Landcare Trust's entry for this years prestigious Morgan Foundation NZ Riverprize has been shortlisted for the finals...  more ›
Farmers with an interest in biodiversity conservation will be keen to see the latest guide released by NZ Landcare Trust...  more ›
It was a matter of life and death – but his time it was humans, not kiwi being saved...  more ›
Over 100 people recently attended the NZ Landcare Trust Northland Pest Control Workshop...  more ›
The Minister for Primary Industries Hon Nathan Guy presented farmers John and Catherine Ford with the Gordon Stephenson Trophy...  more ›
Ensuring other farmers and their communities are ready for tomorrows challenges is the motivation behind a web based service...  more ›
Enthusiastic Ohaupo locals rolled up their sleeves to help plant three sedimentation ponds and infiltration wetlands close to Rotomanuka Lakes...  more ›
Farmstrong is a new initiative to promote wellbeing for all farmers and growers across New Zealand...  more ›
QEII celebrate their 4000th covenant at an event hosted in the Waikato...  more ›
Following the success of a one year scoping exercise, nearly $150,000 has been secured for the Pomahaka catchment project... more ›
Sunshine greeted 40 attendees at a NZ Landcare Trust Riparian Planting workshop held at a dairy farm near Oamaru...  more ›
The Trust releases a publication that captures the experiences and lessons learned from the Volcano to Sea project...  more ›
South Taranaki provided the perfect backdrop for community group members to attend the latest WETMAK training day...  more ›
Nearly 90 people gathered to witness the release of two18 month old kiwi's...  more ›
The Waitangi River project’s benchmarking survey suggests a positive response from farmers to the water quality challenge...  more ›
Predator Free NZ is looking to gain a better understanding of the scale of pest control work undertaken in NZ...  more ›
The Trust is delighted to acknowledge the support of the Clover Technology Group in the delivery of our Kakanui Community Catchment Project...  more ›
The State Services Commission confirmed on Tuesday that Vicky Robertson has been appointed chief executive of MfE...  more ›
Afternoon rain didn't deter the fifty-one people who gathered for the annual Landcare Networking Day...  more ›
The Trust was invited to highlight the successful Sherry River project near Nelson, for a delegation visiting New Zealand...  more ›
The New Zealand Primary Industry Summit is due to be held on 25-26 May 2015 at Te Papa in Wellington...  more ›
Grant from Environmental Initiatives Fund to help establish a new community catchment group focussed on predator control in a wetland reserve...  more ›
With water quality high on the agenda for most dairy farmers this years Waikato Effluent Expo will prove informative...  more ›
The 'Volcano to Sea' project reaches a conclusion at the end of May and plans are in place to celebrate its many achievements...  more ›
Community groups working with Northland’s Kiwi Coast project have demonstrated how effective they can be, when it comes to biodiversity restoration and protection work...  more ›
At the end of last year NZ Landcare Trust used a 'crowdfunding' approach for the first time to generate interest and funds for a new project...  more ›
Following a successful pilot planting project, the first year of a potentially three year programme of restoration has been approved for Northern Kaipara Harbour catchment...  more ›
Guests gathered at Lake Koromatua on Thursday 19th February for the official launch of the new Willow and Alder guide...  more ›
This March Hamilton will play host to the New Zealand Ramsar Symposium for 2015...  more ›
NZ Landcare Trust attended a recent Dairy NZ Environmental Leaders Forum in Wellington...  more ›
Anyone involved in the management of Willows and Alders will be pleased to hear that a helpful guide will be available soon...  more ›
'Fish Fact Sheets' will reach a new audience thanks to funding from the Maori Language Commission...  more ›