The 2018 Future Farms Conference is here to help farmers translate the current developments in agriculture... more ›
Organic weed control had an electric impact on curious locals at a recent event in... more ›
The Top of the South has substantial weed issues; so says the Ministry for... more ›
The NZ Landcare Trust's loss is Taupo Fishery Management’s gain.  more ›
A hui to discuss restoration efforts along the Motueka Awa (river)... more ›
Interested in urban restoration but not sure what native plants... more ›
Simon Upton was sworn in as Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment... more ›
WRA has increased funding available for restoration projects... more ›
Weedbusters travelled to Otorohanga to assist with planting missing Kahikatea understory species... more ›
The Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Thorne to the role of part-time Project Coordinator...  more ›
Maori language week presents a perfect opportunity to highlight 'Te Reo' resources...  more ›
Volunteers helped plant over 1000 native plants at a recently fenced off kahikatea stand at Rukuhia, near Hamilton...  more ›
The Kiwi Coast is preparing to transition into another phase of delivery with Northland Regional Council...  more ›
The story of Doug Avery and his journey from a depressed farmer to a leader of a thriving farm business is now available as a book...  more ›
Fish & Game announced the appointment of Martin Taylor to take over as Chief Executive from the organisation’s long serving head, Bryce Johnson...  more ›
NZ Landcare Trust is delighted to welcome two new Regional Coordinators to the team...  more ›
Recent findings reveal CNG can cause significant problems beyond the farm gate...  more ›
Nelson / Marlborough Regional Coordinator Barbara Stuart retires from NZ Landcare Trust...  more ›
A major review of New Zealand’s environmental management system has been launched...  more ›
West Coast dairy farmer Katie Milne is the new Federated Farmers’ National President...  more ›
The Trust is delighted to announce the successful recruitment of two new members of the team... more ›
NZ Landcare Trust projects feature in booklet to celebrate MPI's 1000th Sustainable Farming Fund project...  more ›
Helicopter drone demonstration was organised by NZ Landcare Trust following a successful willow control operation...  more ›
Doug Avery has been made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the Queen's Birthday Honours...  more ›
New MPI initiative aims to celebrate people across New Zealand who are doing their bit for biosecurity...  more ›
In a new report, the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment says New Zealand’s native birds are in a desperate situation...  more ›
Nearly five years after it's introduction WETMAK continues to add value to the work of community restoration groups around the country...  more ›
NZ faces a major biosecurity threat to native plants with the discovery of the fungal plant disease myrtle rust...  more ›
Farmers working on the Pomahaka Catchment Project in Otago will be profiled on TVNZ 1's Rural Delivery programme...  more ›
Draft strategy for protecting New Zealand's threatened species launched in Wellington...  more ›
Trust releases Opihi Water Project catchment group case studies...  more ›
Rivers and lakes are under increasing pressure, according to national report from the Ministry for the Environment and Stats NZ...  more ›
After nine years of service at the Trusts Hamilton office Melinda Dresser has moved on to fresh pastures...  more ›
Trust supports the production of new Mānuka & Kānuka Plantation Guide...  more ›
Trust has been given the green light to deliver a water quality improvement project in Southland...  more ›
Interpretation panel marks the final phase of NZ Landcare Trust's 'Save NZ Fish' crowdfunding project...  more ›
Cawthron Foundation have taken over delivery of the New Zealand River Awards...  more ›
New recruitment campaign to find a Regional Coordinator for the Bay of Plenty region...  more ›
A staggering 170,000 animal pest have been removed from eastern Northland over the last four years...  more ›
Cambridge farmers named supreme winner of the Waikato Ballance Farm Environment Awards...  more ›
NZ Landcare Trust is looking for people to fill two Regional Coordinator positions...  more ›
Ravensdown staff and Outward Bound students free up over 800 native plants...  more ›
Two wild kiwi were the star attractions at a Kiwi Coast Gathering held in Northland...  more ›
Next round of Cit-Sci Working Group Meetings will have a decidedly practical feel..  more ›
Sheep and beef farmers met in Wellington to discuss initiatives to improve environmental performance...  more ›
Government announce 90 percent of New Zealand’s lakes and rivers to meet swimmable water quality standards by 2040...  more ›
Addressing water quality remains an environmental priority for New Zealanders according to recent survey...  more ›
A cure for Kauri Dieback may still be a fair way off but recent trials involving injections of phosphite offer real promise...  more ›
Study about reticulated stock water systems shows major environmental and economic gains...  more ›
The local community turned out to enjoy the sunshine at last weekend's family friendly Wetland Discovery Day held at Lake Rotopiko...  more ›
Wetland resource 'Te Reo o Te Repo: The Voice of the Wetland' was launched over the weekend...  more ›
Kiwi Coast project has attracted $40,000 from the Department of Conservation Community Fund...  more ›
Wetlands for Disaster Risk Reduction is the theme for this years World Wetland Day which takes place today...  more ›