Research projects in

Hawke’s Bay

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The projects below have undertaken research in Hawke’s Bay. This could be through partnerships, case studies, modelling or on-farm research.

Pasture For Humans

Pasture for Humans

Land-use change through harvested pasture proteins
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Early Maori Agriculture

Early Māori Agricultural Entrepreneurship

Culturally responsive reimagining of primary production based on traditional models of the past
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Timothy Firkin, videographer, films Alison Dewes, lead of the project Retiring Farmland Ngahere

Retiring Farmland into Ngahere

Restoring Aotearoa together: Triple the area, at one-third the cost
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Land Use Suitability

Land use suitability tools and assessment processes for increasing land use diversity and delivering better community outcomes.
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Integrating Value Chains

Providing knowledge on how to construct global value chains that share increased value with New Zealand farmers and growers, and meet environmental expectations of consumers…
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New Models Of Collective Responsibility

New Models of Collective Responsibility

Developing new ways to strengthen the connection between people, land and water
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The Collaboration Lab

The Collaboration Lab

Determining the role of collaboration in transforming management of land and water
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Rural Professionals Fund 2021–22

There were 12 successful projects in the second funding round for the Our Land and Water Rural Professionals Fund.
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Illustration by Yasmine El Orfi

Land Use Opportunities

Developing a holistic decision-making framework for evaluating land use opportunities.
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Tukituki River and Te Mata Peak. Photo: Phillip Capper via Flickr

Synthesis Scenarios for Future Land Use

Steering land use change to meet water quality targets, through the synthesis of Our Land and Water research
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Visualising Forestry Harvesting Cycles

Future risk planning through the visualisation of forestry harvesting cycles
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