We got to hang with Harriet Gibson from the Rangitīkei Rivers Catchment Collective to learn how farmers to work collectively within their community to improve waterways, streams and river catchments.
These farmers realise the need to improve the health of the land and waters to make farming environmentally sustainable for future generations.
RRCC and farmers collect evidence and identify the research/scientific needs of catchment groups to achieve lasting environmental outcomes. They promote sound environmental stewardship to its members through facilitating educational workshops and field days promoting positive change. So good seeing farmers doing their part in improving our land and waterways.