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Managing director of Quin Environmentals, Bert Quin explains the two questions you should ask before riparian planting.
Farmers, don't give the rule-makers a reason to regulate, says Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s environment team.
Using the right plants and techniques will make the most of riparian planting and give you value for money by getting it right first time.
OPINION: Many groups out there, large and small, seem to believe farming is the root of all evil to the environment.
The low payout is not holding back flood-ravaged farmers in parts of Taranaki from replanting riparian areas or fencing waterways.
Winter weather can place extra strain on the banks of farm waterways, increasing the risk of erosion degrading water quality.
New tax breaks that will contribute to protecting water quality have been welcomed by a regional council.
Taranaki's flagship riparian management programme, which has "gone the extra mile" in developing relationships with dairy farmers, has been recognised for its outstanding contribution to protecting the environment.