Rotorua Land Use Directory
Over the past 20 years, land users and the general public throughout New Zealand have become increasingly aware of the sensitive and complex nature of the environment in which we live.
The Rotorua Land Use Directory – Tahuri Whenua is a guide to help land users in the Lake Rotorua catchment evaluate other land use options that may be available to them. The directory has been published as this website and as a book which is freely available at Bay of Plenty Regional Council offices and local Rotorua libraries. The book is also available as a pdf download here. (11MB).
The website contains all the information that is in the hardcopy directory, along with access to the sources of information and other resources.
Visit the new Agri-Tourism section here.
Forestry Minister Shane Jones to meet farmers protesting Billion Trees...
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Bootcamp evening for Horowhenua region's farmers
The Rural Innovation Lab is coming back to the Horowhenua this week with a Farmer Bootcamp at Foxton on Wednesday night looking at new business models.Chair of […]
Colyton deer farmer brings North Island velvet and antlers contest to...
New Zealand is the world's largest producer of velvet and now the best deer antlers will be on show in Feilding. […]
No threat to farming from forestry
OPINION: There’s some agitation out there at the moment about farming being under threat from forestry. Much of what’s circulating is based on […]
Volunteers sought for further attack on wilding pine
A new push to tackle the wilding pine problem follows a $10 million programme that eradicated pine from 31,000ha at Mid Dome.The Mid Dome Wilding Trees […]
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