May 2021 Newsletter

May 3, 2021

Hello and welcome to our May newsletter!

As we head towards colder winter months and the spotlight goes on winter grazing practices again. It’s really encouraging to see so many farmers already in a good place to manage whatever it delivers. One of the great benefits of joining a Catchment Group is being able to ...
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Angus Kebbell talks with with Rachael Halder of Thriving Southland on how they are energising a growing network of catchment groups to solve local issues locally, while drawing on the wider provincial base of skills Listen here....
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April 2021 Newsletter

April 1, 2021

​Hello and welcome to our April newsletter!

It was great to see hundreds of kids and ‘kids at heart’ flocked to the Aquavan during its visits to Gore and Invercargill, supported by the Gore Waimumu and the Waihopai Catchment Groups as well as the Hokonui Rūnanga. The theme around making connections between river ...
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Photo Credit: Dusky Ridges...
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Media Release

3 December 2020 Thriving Southland: Southland’s freshwater picture brought together in one report Thriving Southland today released a literature review, The Southland Science Report, detailing the water situation in Southland. The Southland Science report, written by Landp...
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