A ground-breaking collaboration between dairy industry body DairyNZ, the Waikato River Authority and Waikato Regional Council is lining up to better protect and restore the Waikato River.
Northland dairy farmer Shayne O’Shea is delighted that community efforts over the past 10 years to improve water quality have been recognised by a NZ River Award.
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Twenty-five Taranaki cyclists will cycle the length of the South Island in February to raise money for the local Rural Support Trust.
Developing a vision, learning from thought-provoking speakers and visiting Parliament were at the forefront of the recent Dairy Environment Leaders' Forum held in Wellington.
The dairy industry Water Accord
Dairy farmers in Otago are receiving more support to meet upcoming water quality rules through a series of DairyNZ ‘EnviroReady’ field days being held with the support of Federated Farmers and Beef + Lamb.
A proven method of working with farmers to improve their environmental performance will be expanded and two new projects will start thanks to funding partnerships between dairy farmers and the Waikato River Authority.
Backing their young employees to learn a few cooking skills is paying dividends for North Canterbury dairy farmers, with happier, more productive staff.