Innovation, Best Practice and Sustainability in New Zealand’s Primary Sector
A programme supporting workmates in a suicide-aware community.
Marlborough District Council and a community-based group is spearheading the battle against Chilean Needle Grass.
Waging war on the self-seeding wilding pines in the Marlborough region.
A study into the performance of sediment control practices utilised in forest harvesting and earthworks.
Forestry company OneFortyOne is adding value to the timber production chain by innovating in the domestic market.
The Dawkins farm leading with way with land use and succession
The Dawkins farm, the Pyramid, diversification in the Waihopai Valley
Producing dairy, forestry and fruit produce
Providing employment opportunities for their people and restoring mauri to their local area
Steve Wyn-Harris, communicator and farmer
The science behind research to reduce methyl bromide use in forestry exports
Future-proofing through automation in a pine seedling nursery
A company adding value to New Zealand's forestry sector
Developing automated solutions for primary sector needs at Waikato University
Combining pastoral grazing and farm forestry at Wairakaia Station
Harvesting of plantation forests brings benefits to the East Coast
A mobile distillery extracts pine oil from wilding pines and forestry prunings
Producing superior pine tree varietals at the ArborGen nursery
Diversity in a Golden Bay family farming operation
ArborGen's seed orchard is part of the process of producing superior pine tree varieties
Canterbury University and Scion have joined forces to build a robot for safe forestry work
Doug Mende is extracting a powerful anti-microbial compound from Totara
Grieg and Rachel Alexander have changed management practices for greater sustainability
A tree harvesting machine developed and built in Nelson
A Land Environment Plan was the catalyst for this farm's environmental development
Hugh and Di McBain have planted and harvested trees on their property for many years
Three decades of firewood supplies for the Greater Wellington Region
A diverse operation has won a supreme environmental award for the second time
Nick and Sheryl Pollock won the 2012 Michael Hay Memorial Award for Farm Forestry
Nathan Fogden's growing tree planting operation
Pest infested wasteland has been converted into a productive Redwood forest
Earnslaw One is a forestry company diversifying into freshwater crayfish production
A website created for local speciality timber producers and farm foresters
Scion technology developed to analyse unmilled logs for optimal use
The production and use of LVL in an Arts and Media building in Nelson
Kevin Strawbridge is producing seven million pine tree seedlings at his nursery per year
Bio-inoculants used in forestry are improving tree health thanks to research at Lincoln
The challenges of farming on an island for a Maori Trust
Federated Farmers' Bruce Wills is enthusiastic about poplar and willow trees on farms
Bluey Hebberd traps possums and sells the fur and skins for pest control and extra income