As part of Techweek, TCC partnered with Venture Taranaki to host the Taranaki Agritech Conference and Expo. This event was held at the Stratford War Memorial Centre on Wednesday 18 May and was supported by Callaghan Innovation and Baker Tilly Staples Rodway.More than 100 peo...
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The Patea River Catchment group held a pest control and trapping workshop at the Ōhuarai Pā i te kohu in Alton.  The group intend to bring kiwi back to the Patea River area, but first need to establish a predator free corridor to ensure their survival. This was a coll...
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Livestock in New Zealand produce an estimated 100 million tonnes of manure a year.  Most sits from weeks to months unrendered on pastures or washes into our waterways resulting in poor water quality.  Dung beetles represent a low cost, significant, self-sustainable...
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The Awatuna/Auroa Farming for the Future catchment group went down to Palmerston North during this milestone. They were supported by  Taranaki DairyNZ who helped organise this with us and for going down with and had a representative who travelled with the groups. They v...
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The Waingongoro Catchment group held a freshwater testing day hosted by Alastair Cole.  One of the benchmark activities carried out by this group is to create a baseline of the stream quality along 15 sites in the Waingongoro Catchment area.  This will be done in c...
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Engagement of the community is one of the strategic focus areas of this project and it is important to maintain this level of community support.  Massey University are about to engage with an ‘edge of field’ research project in the Waingongoro catchment. TCC engaged...
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In May 2021, Taranaki Catchment Communities was created as an Incorporated Society looking to lead, engage and mobilise Taranaki’s rural sector in the face of mounting legislative changes.In the one and a half years since TCC was formed, TCC has established 13 community ca...
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