The biggest New Zealand Winegrower event of the year has wrapped up.
Dairy farmers are welcoming the report released today by the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment.
Making changes to farm management practices, rather than expensive infrastructure, can help reduce greenhouse gases.
Research to help dairy farmers build up carbon in their soils to offset their farms’ greenhouse gas emissions is underway.
A new review is calling for “urgent acceleration” in developing greenhouse gas mitigations for use in the primary sector.
ECan has approved a farm environment plan (FEP) template for use by farmers under the new Canterbury Land & Water Regional Plan.
Mid-Canterbury farmer John Evans is reaping the benefits of native plantings on his farm, in the form of improved pollination and pest control.
A world-first denitrification wall at Silverstream, North Canterbury designed to reduce high groundwater nitrate levels is working as anticipated.
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