The Southland Science Report

A comprehensive literature review of all the current publicly available science and data about Southland’s land, water and soil.

This Report, written for Thriving Southland by Landpro, was requested by Southland’s farmers. In a time, when there is so much research, science and data on land, water and soil, it can be overwhelming to know where to start looking.  Thriving Southland, with Landpro’s support, have tried to make it easy for you.

We have compiled all the information Catchment Groups and other interested people and communities may need to be informed and make great decisions on projects in their catchments.

The full report can be found here.

We have also split the report into sections

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Water Quality in Southland
  3. Policy and Plan direction and what it means for farmers
  4. Actions on the ground and what farmers can do right now

There are 25 Catchment Groups in Southland. Coming soon, will be a two-pager summary of the report specific to each Catchment Group. This means each Catchment Group has the most current data, science, research and general information on their geographical area about the water quality, land and soil.

As more research and information is released, we’ll be updating the report over time.

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