News
2016
Chilean Needle Grass is a ticking time bomb in the Marlborough region...  more ›
Congratulations to Fiona Gower on her appointment as the new National President of Rural Women NZ...  more ›
Rabobank has released a mini-documentary that focuses on farmers in the Pomahaka catchment... more ›
Foxton River Loop will undergo a period of community restoration following consent from Horizons... more ›
Over the last year, four regional Citizen Science Working Groups have successfully been established...  more ›
Great Kiwi Bee Count was recently run by NZ Gardener magazine, to get an idea of how bees are faring in NZ...  more ›
Trust project attracts support in the latest round of Waikato River Authority funding...  more ›
Latest report from Environment Commissioner aims to shed more light on the relationship between agriculture and climate change...  more ›
The Kakanui Valley community came together to celebrate the end of the successful Kakanui community project...  more ›
International RiverFoundation publish the fourth edition of River Journeys, which highlights the achievements of RiverPrize winners...  more ›
Farmers, stakeholders and children gathered together to launch the Upper Buller Enhancement Groups new booklet...  more ›
NZ Landcare Trust’s Pathway for the Pomahaka Project has wrapped up a successful first twelve months...  more ›
Kakanui community will have plenty to celebrate on Saturday, as the community gets together...  more ›
After a period of rain, a clear sunny day presented the perfect opportunity for the Pelorus community to plant a wetland...  more ›
NZ Landcare Trust is proud to announce its 20th Anniversary today, and to mark the occasion reveals the results of a recent national survey...  more ›
Adults and children alike played an active role in a community knowledge sharing event at Lake Rotomanuka...  more ›
Do you know of someone doing a great job protecting New Zealand native plants...  more ›
Videos highlight examples of excellent sustainable land and water management from deer farmers... more ›
MPI are asking people to join a conversation about managing biosecurity risks to New Zealand...  more ›
The Trust is supporting this years Science Open Day at Claudelands, Hamilton on Sunday 20 November...  more ›
Dr Nick Smith announced a new initiative designed to draw together a collaborative group tasked with identifying ways to improve native biodiversity on private land...  more ›
Trust attended the premier of Tasman District Council's new documentary film about waterways...  more ›
NZ Landcare Trust launches new online Inventory of Citizen Science in New Zealand...  more ›
Government announced yesterday a goal to make NZ Predator Free by 2050...  more ›
Government is seeking public input for the development of its proposed Conservation and Environment Science roadmap...  more ›
Maori language week presents the perfect opportunity to highlight two examples of how the Trust actively supports Te Reo in New Zealand...  more ›
The PCE Dr Jan Wright released a review of the Governments' national environment report 'Environment Aotearoa 2015'...  more ›
Farmers and rural professionals gathered in Murchison last week for a Riparian Planning Workshop...  more ›
Reconnecting Northland, was applauded at the 2016 Green Ribbon Awards last night, winning Philanthropy and Partnership... more ›
The 2016 Funding Strategy for the Waikato River Clean-up Trust was released at the beginning of June...  more ›
The Vollweilers' from Otago are the 2016 winners of the Landcare Trust Award for Innovation in Sustainable Farm Forestry...  more ›
EPA approve the release of a weevil to act as a biological control agent for Field Horsetail...  more ›
Yesterdays Budget marks a return to stable base-line funding for the work of NZ Landcare Trust...  more ›
Research continues as invasive wasps have been identified as a health and safety hazard to farmers... more ›
Last week Ministers jointly announced the 2016 Green Ribbon Awards finalists...  more ›
Primary Industry Summit will once again provide farm and business leaders with the opportunity to consider sustainability and environmental issues...  more ›
We are delighted to announce the winner of the prize draw linked to our recent national survey...  more ›
Years of hard work by Tanekaha farmers paid off when they welcomed 12 Northland Brown Kiwi back home...  more ›
This months meeting of NZ Landcare Trust's Board of Trustees will see a new face at the table...  more ›
Students and staff from the University of Otago’s Department of Zoology took part in an insect and invertebrate sorting 'BioBlitz'...  more ›
Reconnecting Northland is set to benefit from the skills and experience of a new Programme Manager...  more ›
Thanks to the hundreds of people who took the time to complete our online questionnaire...  more ›
Around 50 people gathered in early April to enjoy the Waikato Landcare Networking Field Day...  more ›
The Riparian Planner is a free online tool that creates farm and regionally-specific riparian management plans...  more ›
The next step for many will be to make a formal submission, commenting on the proposals laid out by the Government in Next Steps for Fresh Water...  more ›
Sustainability will be on the agenda when primary industry leaders get together at this years Summit...  more ›
If you are interested in water quality or sustainable land and water management in New Zealand then NZ Landcare Trust would like to hear from you...  more ›
The Ministry for the Environment recently announced a call for nominations for the 2016 Green Ribbon Awards...  more ›
A milestone whole of catchment Report Card for the Waikato and Waipa rivers has been released...  more ›
The Environmental Defense Society’s 2016 conference will take place 10 - 11 August at the Viaduct Centre...  more ›
Farmers who attended a Farm Environmental Planning Workshop said it was very positive day and appreciated proactive advice...  more ›
Social media continues to attract a growing number of users and the Trust has responded by adding Facebook...  more ›
A series of public meetings and hui have now been confirmed for freshwater reforms...  more ›
Work completed on Gibbons Creek project, to modify flow to improve native fish passage from the Waikato River...  more ›
Farmers from the Aorere River catchment gathered to receive NZ Riverprize trophy from Trust CEO...  more ›
Eastern Northland is now better off thanks to the 100,000 animal pests that have been removed...  more ›
Getting school children excited about sustainable land and water management can be particularly satisfying...  more ›
The first in a series of four citizen science workshops was held earlier this month, attracting over 20 enthusiastic participants...  more ›
Govt propose measures to improve the management of New Zealand’s rivers, lakes, aquifers and wetlands...  more ›
Trust and community at the forefront of pioneering work to control Field Horsetail in New Zealand...  more ›
'Wetlands for Life' is the theme for the 2016 National Wetland Restoration Symposium that will take place in early February...  more ›
Trust launches a series of videos that highlight the work Canterbury deer farmers are doing to reduce environmental risks...  more ›
Project to replace a culvert on Stoney Creek, which poses a significant migration hurdle to whitebait, has secured full funding...  more ›
The Trust is organising a working group meeting to discuss the role of citizen science in New Zealand. The meeting will take place on Tuesday 9 February in Nelson...  more ›
A recent survey of dairy farmers in the Lake Brunner catchment revealed a high level of commitment to good water quality...  more ›
Farmers and environmentalists alike are mourning the loss of Dr Gordon Stephenson who died peacefully on Boxing Day...  more ›