Catchment groups key to healthy waterways
Senior lecturer Dr Ed Challis contributed to opinion piece on Stuff about the Our Land and Water National Science Challenge project ‘New Models of Collective Responsibility – Te Whakakotahitanga mō te Taiao’. The article describes a co-ordinated approach that links adjacent farm plans and focuses on outcomes will help heal NZ waterways.
A ‘’Good Management Practice’’ approach ”doesn’t reflect the complexities of varied soils, weather, land use and farming practices that ultimately determine the health of waterways”.
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