INZ holds regular forums with our members to ensure we have a clear understanding of the challenges and opportunities they face, so that we can find solutions and advocate on their behalf. These forums also enable us to gather feedback from our members so that we can best focus our activities and understand what training and resources are required to further support our sector.
For irrigators we hold:
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If you’d like to receive information about the forums or you would like to start one up in your region, please contact Eleonore Dumaine – 03 341 2225 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Today’s announcement of an additional $90 million funding for irrigation is great news for New Zealand communities, says IrrigationNZ CEO, Andrew Curtis. “Sustainable irrigated agriculture is New Zealand’s future. It underpins many of the provincial economies on the east coast….. Read more
The release of ‘Our fresh water 2017’ is a call to action for all New Zealanders, says IrrigationNZ CEO, Andrew Curtis. The report measures fresh water quality, quantity and flows, biodiversity and cultural health. “This report highlights the impact we….. Read more
IrrigationNZ has spent the summer gathering data on farms around Canterbury to get a better, more accurate understanding of irrigation efficiency. The results, say INZ Project Manager, Steve Breneger, will provide a benchmark for progress. “We’ve been on-farm for the….. Read more
June 20 @ 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Potential and new directors and managers who interact with boards and wish to increase their understanding of the governance environment. A refresh course for existing directors and managers.
August 8 @ 8:30 am - August 9 @ 5:00 pm
Irrigation fundamentals is a 2 day course targeting new entrants to the industry and frontline staff of businesses and organisations that provide services to the irrigation industry. The aim of the 2 days is to give people a comprehensive overview of the….. Read more
Central Otago District Council to consider report into economic impact of ORC's proposed water plan t.co/DPv38txaB4