HBRC plays a key role in promoting sustainable land management in Hawke’s Bay.
HBRC is involved with community projects. It is about innovating and sharing the knowledge for more resilient farming in our region.
HBRC has a collection of resources and publications that cover all aspects of land and how to promote sustainable land management in our region.
Across Hawke's Bay, many different types of soils have evolved. A knowledge of these soils is critical to understanding the growing environment for your trees, crops and pasture.
Correctly scheduling your irrigation maximises your return on investment. Proven benefits of scheduling include increased crop yield, quality and uniformity, and reduced water and energy wastage.
Anyone involved in forestry knows that a lot of work and careful planning is required before any tree goes into the ground. Similarly, once planted ongoing management is required to get the best value from your investment.
The team have an extensive and diverse range of skills in the sustainable management of land in the Hawke’s Bay region.