NZ Landcare Trust is helping farmers and community groups to form catchment groups to improve waterways, Nick Edgar writes. New Zealand’s waterways are crucial to the sustainability of our land – and sadly, many of those streams, rivers and lakes around the country are deemed “at risk”. The idyllic idea of letting the kids and...
Tim Mackle Significant new policy proposals have come at the dairy sector throughout 2019. I’m...
Sandra Taylor Two Rangitikei farmers are driving a bottoms-up approach to improving water quality in...
Joanna Grigg Time is better spent identifying risks to freshwater quality on your farm and...
Lynda Gray A $2000 sediment trap is one of several small but significant and effective...
Joanna Grigg Fencers are gearing up for the phone to run hot in 2020. Mike...
Keri Johnston As we have all been diving into the detail of the Government’s proposed...
Terry Brosnahan A Southland couple have taken a proactive approach to enhancing and future proofing...
Karen Trebilcock After a decade of submitting on council water plans, southern farmers may have...
Sheryl Haitana Low footprint farmers should be rewarded, Ministry for the Environment director of water...
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