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October 2, 2014
How to have your say on the draft nitrogen rules

From Bay of Plenty Regional Council The Bay of Plenty Regional Council is keen to hear your feedback on the draft rule structure for rural land use in the Lake…

September 29, 2014
Lake plan angers lifestyle block owners

By Katie Holland, Daily Post, 27 September Anger is growing among some of Rotorua’s landowners, who fear proposed new rules will render their lifestyle blocks worthless and have a flow-on…

September 28, 2014
Rotorua farmers await nitrogen rules – National Radio interview

Radio New Zealand Report, 23 September, 2014  Photo: PHOTO NZ Dairy farmers, lifestyle block owners and horse riders packed into a football clubroom last night in Rotorua to hear about how…

September 4, 2014
Fed Farmers consult with drystock farmers

This month Federated Farmers will be out and about the catchment talking to drystock farmers about the draft nutrient rules. Lyndel Stone (Field Team Manager) will be gauging overall awareness…

July 14, 2014
Consultation on draft rules for rural land use around Lake Rotorua

Bay of Plenty Regional Council Media release 14 Jul 2014 Consultation on the development of draft rules to limit nitrogen loss from rural land in the Lake Rotorua catchment has…

April 30, 2014
Rotorua Farmers Pleased with Government Contribution to Nitrogen Reduction Scheme

Media Release from the Lake Rotorua Primary Producers Collective  30 April 2014 Farmers in the Lake Rotorua catchment were relieved to hear confirmation on Monday that the Government will fund…

April 28, 2014
Millions pumped into crucial Lake Rotorua restoration scheme

Millions more dollars will be pumped into a crucial scheme at the heart of one of New Zealand’s longest-running environmental issues. The ongoing restoration of Lake Rotorua is being overseen…

January 27, 2014
The big clean-up: How central lakes got their groove back

This lake is dying”, ran the stark headline above an aerial photograph of a sick Lake Rotoiti. The picture, which dominated the front page of the Herald, on September 1, 2003,…