What is the connection between dentures and animal health? That’s one question being posed by the joint sponsors of this year’s Premier Feature on their stand at the National Fieldays.
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Environment Waikato is currently taking action to prevent self-seeded pines from blocking up geothermal springs on the Otumuheke Stream near Taupo’s Owen Delaney Park.
Coromandel residents will have a chance to swap their garden weeds for native plants at two “Weeds 4 Natives” events in June.
Waikato farmers have bought a record number of native trees and shrubs for environmental restoration projects through an annual Environment Waikato offer this year.
In what is believed to be a New Zealand first, Environment Waikato scientists may have found a clever way to overcome resource consent barriers for farmers – and possibly help to save some of New Zealand’s threatened native fish species.
With the annual Gypsy Day coming up on 1 June, Waikato dairy farmers are being urged to make a special effort to keep stock effluent off roads by standing cows off green pasture before transporting them on trucks.
An Environment Waikato hearing committee has recommended that the Minister of Conservation grant resource consent to Thames-Coromandel District Council so the council can continue discharging treated wastewater into the Waihou River from its existing sewage treatment facility in Thames.
An energy strategy that Environment Waikato played a major role in developing is in the running for a national award.
Recent surveys in Kihikihi and Te Aroha by Environment Waikato pest plant contractors have confirmed there is still plenty of privet about in these towns.
Environment Waikato transport staff have been directed by the Waikato Regional Transport Committee to continue their investigation of a Hamilton to Auckland commuter rail service.
The Waikato Civil Defence and Emergency Management Group has approved the resiting of the Group’s Emergency Operating Centre (GEOC) to Environment Waikato in Hamilton East.
Environment Waikato is seeking help from the public to locate rooks, which pose a serious threat to the region’s agricultural industry.