The purpose of this project is to provide the Hawke's Bay
Regional Council (HBRC) with guidance to inform a Land Science Strategy,
providing clarity on regional land priorities as well as the research impacts and
initiatives needed to deliver on these priorities.
4777 ISBN 978-0-947499-01-3 NPSFM Progressive Implementation Programme
The purpose of this updated progressive implementation programme is to outline the continued staged implementation of key projects that Hawke's Bay Regional Council (HBRC) will undertake to implement the 2014 National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management (NPS-FM).
Strategy for Improving water quality Papanui Catchment
The 16,400 ha Papanui Catchment is one of 16 sub-catchments that flow into the Tukituki River.
The catchment and surrounding area has a rich cultural history.
Blessed with an abundance of natural resources, the catchment
was regarded by Māori as a "˜bread basket prior to European
settlement". Since then, the Papanui Stream and its tributaries
have been extensively modified for agriculture. There are
approximately 130 farms in the catchment producing sheep
and beef, dairy and a range of crops.
Author(s): Peter Tod PapanuiCatchment Focus Group., Warwick Hesketh
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