We have joined together with Catchment Community farmer leaders from all around the country to answer your questions on Catchment Communities.
This is your opportunity to learn about catchment groups, how you will benefit from being involved and how to go about setting one up.
This will be an interactive session with plenty of opportunity to ask our speakers questions about their experiences and lessons learned along the way as well as hear how B+LNZ’s Catchment Community programme and resources can help support your group.
- Rick Burke, Project Parore
- Anna Nelson, King Country River Care
- Roger Dalrymple, Rangitikei Rivers Catchment Collective
- Ben Ensor, Hurunui Landcare Group
- Mark Adams, Upper Opihi/Opuha Catchment Group Chair and B+LNZ Environmental Reference Group Chair
- Richard Parkes, B+LNZ Environment Capability Manager North Island
- Peter Mitchell, North Otago Sustainable Land Management (NOSLaM)
Please register with Rachel Jukes (B+LNZ): Rachel.Jukes@www.funkst.com or 027 203 9800 and we will send through the webinar link and dial in details.
Questions for catchment leaders?
If you have any questions for our catchment leaders, please send them to Rachel when registering.
Find out more about the B+LNZ Catchment Community Group Programme
With environment and potential regulatory changes big on farmers’ minds, B+LNZ understands the importance of catchment community groups (CCG) and the positive impacts they can have on farming communities. We have continued to significantly lift our support for catchment communities around the country through the B+LNZ Catchment Community Programme. The programme aims to support farmers in taking a leadership role to establish or run CCGs.
We offer you a range of resources to support your CCG including e-learning modules and a national catchment map that allows you to connect with other catchment community groups.
If you are interested in forming a Catchment Community Group or want to find out more, visit //www.funkst.com/your-levies-work/community-catchment-group-programme