A range of resources have been developed for farmers to help them continue with rural recovery, resilience, and community support after the 2016 earthquakes.
News & events
Ashburton Water Zone Committee Chair William Thomas talks about his visit to Lake Clearwater and the challenge of preserving our high-country environment.
With crop residue burning season here, it is essential that the all rules and requirements are followed to manage any potentially adverse effects.
We are working closely with Hurunui District Council to manage the Amberley tyre stockpile where a large fire broke out recently.
Mahinga kai is a focus for us and Waimakariri farmers. Find out how farmers in Eyreton are enhancing biodiversity and mahinga kai values on farm.
A husband and wife Kaikōura dairy farming duo are planting to protect recreation and biodiversity values for future generations.
Burning/burying farm plastics can cause ongoing issues, which is why its important to recycle farm plastic. Find out how to do this in Kaikōura
Kaikōura Water Zone Committee Chair Ted Howard updates us on the committee's last meeting of the year - a field trip to two IMS recipient sites.
Kaikōura Plains Recovery Project has worked with staff and local landowners post-quake, identifying and managing significantly wet areas on-farm.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Manager Kevin Heays provides an update on effluent testing in the district.
Banks Peninsula farmers discuss how native and exotic forestry can be incorporated within the farm landscape to complement their current operations.
More than 40 consent reviews for water takes near the Hakatere River have been granted, as new monitoring stations provide a clearer picture on availability.