Winter Newsletter

Welcome to the winter edition of our newsletter. I hope you're staying warm out there. I’m Paul Turner, Project Manager for Taranaki Catchment Communities, and I’d like to thank everyone whoRead more

Initiative connects farmers with experts to improve planning

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Autumn Newsletter

We hope 2024 has been treating you well so far, and that you've had the chance to soak up the warm weather and holiday cheer since our last update. Big thanks to everyone who joined us at our recentRead more

Christmas Update 🎄

As we approach the end of another impactful year, I want to say a big thank you to everyone who has supported Taranaki Catchment Communities. Your commitment has been crucial in shaping a moreRead more

Taranaki Catchment Community celebrates environmental award win

At this year’s Taranaki Regional Council Environmental Awards, at an awards ceremony held in New Plymouth on Wednesday 15 November, Taranaki Catchment Communities (TCC) were one of eight winnersRead more

Spring Newsletter

Welcome to our spring newsletter. Isn’t it wonderful to have a bit more sun in the mornings and evenings. It’s been a busy winter and calving/lambing season for many and I know from the chatsRead more

Media release: Save energy on-farm: It just makes sense Project underway

The Taranaki Catchment Communities led-project: Save Energy on-farm: It just makes sense got underway on Friday 13 October with a farm and agirbusiness advisors workshop. Read more

TCC First Newsletter Released!

Welcome our first newsletter covering the amazing work of our communities across Taranaki.  We are really excited to share what’s been happening across the Taranaki region, through our catchmentRead more

Hero activity – Tarata Generational Farming video

The catchment groups are doing great mahi out in Taranaki, and we need to make sure we capture the storytelling of our journey. We have commissioned local videographer, Mark Dwyer, to create a seriesRead more

Hero activity – LiDAR reporting

Matt Highway from Element Environmental presented a workshop on what LiDAR is, and the role it plays in establishing the use of it too: ·         Undertake desktop critical source and flow pRead more

Hero activity – Well Being Workshops with Paul Rangiwahia

Several catchment groups hosted Paul Rangiwahia who talked about dealing with stress as part of a wellbeing collaboration with Rural Support Trust. Feedback from those that attended was positive andRead more

Hero activity – Creation of Urenui/Mimi/Uruti Catchment Group

Urenui/Mimi/Uriti group has been established with the first meeting held at Camp Okoki on Sunday 15th January and a committee formed.  From here will be discussions around project proposals, withRead more