Innovation, Best Practice and Sustainability in New Zealand’s Primary Sector
A world first 100% electric cherry orchard.
A programme supporting workmates in a suicide-aware community.
A small retail fishing business that grew into a vertically integrated seafood company.
Wilderness tours through an alpine property, the highest privately-owned land in the country.
A Kaikoura crayfishing family who also have a hill country farm and now a ‘field of dreams’ polo ground.
Rangitikei Homestay and NZ Country Trails offering holiday options for travellers.
How a passion for truffles led to a new enterprise at Limestone Hills
Tourism and aquaculture at Anatoki Salmon
Bridging the gap between rural and urban communities in Manawatu
Greg and Rachel Hart have embarked on a process of transforming their farm and environment according sustainable and biological systems – with the goal of producing healthy food from healthy soil.
A long-running agricultural tourist attraction
Barbara Stuart and her family have long been champions of public walking access on farms
Andrew and Kylie Stewart's farmstay business on the family farm "Tyrone"
Oyster farming, marketing and tourism in Mahurangi Harbour
An unusual tourism business based on the virtues of wool and unique accommodation
A diverse operation has won a supreme environmental award for the second time
Balmoral Station is home to high country farmers, Andrew and Karen Simpson
An award-wining model of sustainable farm forestry and tourist lodge