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Continuous measures of confidence in direction of environmental trends at site and other spatial scales

Managers and decision-makers need to know if variables measured by environmental monitoring programs are increasing or decreasing, both at individual sites and at larger spatial…
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Journal Article

The longevity of fencing out livestock as a method of decreasing contaminant concentrations in a headwater stream

Water quality can be improved by fencing off streams from livestock. However, the remedial effect of fencing can fail as livestock trample near stream areas.…
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Growing for good: producing a healthy, low greenhouse gas and water quality footprint diet in Aotearoa

Food production plays a central role in the health of humanity and our environment. New Zealand produces a large amount of food, but it is…
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Technical Report

Pā to Plate: Indicators of Success

Pā to Plate (P2P) is an aspirational Māori socio-economic enterprise pilot that was established in 2016 in Tai Tokerau (Northland). Over the past five to…
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Technical Report

Indicators of Collective Responsibility by Catchment Groups

This report makes some general observations about the process of developing indicators and then offers some suggested indicators for catchment groups and for support organisations.…
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Presentation

From Value-Added to Values-Added: Storying Kaupapa Māori Land & Water Food Relations

This presentation gives an overview of the Storying Kaitiaktanga project and presents preliminary findings and quotes from participants.  
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Dispersed forage feeding to minimise negative impacts on soil and water quality

Scott Hassall harvests kale at scale on his farm in North Canterbury. Harvesting kale, (mowing, chopping, and feeding out) is not common practice in New…
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A Source-to-sink Contaminant Risk Framework To Support Water Quality Policy Across Scales

In the wrong place, or at excessive concentrations, nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) and sediment become contaminants. Along with pathogens, they require reduction to improve water…
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The impact of composting shelters on New Zealand dairy farms

Composting shelters are attracting growing interest from dairy farmers looking to operate more efficient, resilient and profitable businesses. This video (te reo Māori subtitles) presents…
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