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Media releases - archived

You can access our archive of media releases since 2000 by using the filter by date range search on the left hand side. Once you have made your date selections, click the filter button.

This archive does not include the recent media releases.

 

 

Clean Streams funding available

Environment Waikato chairman Peter Buckley is encouraging farmers to apply to the council’s Clean Streams fund after experiencing real success with the scheme on his own farm.

Hamilton group joins tui campaign

A Hamilton environmental group aims to provide a major boost to Environment Waikato’s Hamilton Halo project with a new plan to control pests at Maungakawa Reserve, near Cambridge.

Hamilton group joins tui campaign

A Hamilton environmental group aims to provide a major boost to Environment Waikato’s Hamilton Halo project with a new plan to control pests at Maungakawa Reserve, near Cambridge.

Environment Waikato prosecutes Piako man

Environment Waikato is seeking an enforcement order to rehabilitate a protected Hauraki wetland after more than 30 hectares of vegetation was destroyed there.

Enviroschools awards celebrate environmental learning

Sixteen Waikato schools have;achieved;Enviroschools awards this year, with Cambridge’s Te Miro School becoming only the seventh school in New Zealand to;reach the prestigious Green-Gold award.

Horse deaths highlight importance of following instructions

An incident in which three horses are suspected to have died due to eating 1080 poison baits near Turangi shows the importance of people following correct procedures to keep domestic animals safe during aerial drops, says Environment Waikato.

The value of using effluent to grow maize

Waikato dairy farmers will have the opportunity to find out how effluent can be used to boost the growth of maize silage crops at a series of on farm field days in December.

Dead didymo cells found in Waikato region

Environment Waikato is underlining the importance of checking, cleaning and drying any gear being moved between waterways, following the discovery of dead didymo cells in the Waikato region.

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