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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.
Rolling out the red carpet for crossbred wool
Lacking the "sex appeal" of merino, crossbred wool has languished in the sales doldrums for decades.
Elle Perriam and Harriet Bremner join forces to empower Canterbury farmers
Two young rural women who have a friendship with a difference will make their first public appearance together in a bid to change the way those in the rural […]
In Russia, farmers rescue 11 horses after they fall through ice
A video has captured the agonising minutes it took to save a group of 11 horses after they fell through unstable ice into freezing waters in Russia.The ice is […]
Waikato farmer fined for effluent discharge admits fault
A Morrinsville farmer says he feels bad about his prolonged effluent discharge into a nearby waterway.
NZ farmers swap gumboots for surfboards to beat stress
The surf meetings are a chance to get their minds off demands of farming.
For more news, visit the Land Use News Centre