Greater Wellington is helping farmers in their eﬀorts to improve their freshwater systems and biodiversity, which helps proﬁtability and their impact on climate change.
We help farmers deliver on their Farm Environment Plans, and also help them reduce soil erosion and ﬂooding by stabilising hillsides with poplars and willows.
We help farmers care for their land and ensure good environmental practice. Such as stock exclusion from waterways, planting the right trees in the right places, and improving catchment water quality and biodiversity.
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