4 datasets found

  • Educational tool demo for nature-friendly food

    Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research
    This demo illustrates one potential design for a proposed educational tool to invite young New Zealander to explore, experiment and engage with real-world challenges that farmers face when trying to balance producing food with caring for nature. This resource was designed by Catriona MacLeod (Manaaki Whenua), inspired by an existing game framework...
    Created 1 November 2021 Updated 1 November 2021
  • Sample Site and Biotoxin Sign - Open data map

    Ministry for Primary Industries
    MPI approved shellfish growing areas are located in a common body of water, for example a bay or harbour. There are typically multiple farms which can be owned by multiple owners within one growing area. Water and shellfish samples are regularly taken from growing areas and tested for the presence of toxic phytoplankton (water) or marine biotoxins...
    Created 12 July 2021 Updated 1 October 2021
  • Online surveys: Help Tell the NZ Biodiversity Story

    Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research
    Two surveys were conducted in 2017 to collect data on NZ priorities for use in development of a prototype biodiversity assessment tool. The online prioritisation exercise was targeted for stakeholder-advisors who would participate in a follow-up workshop to finalise the prioritised lists of biodiversity groups and management actions for the prototype...
    Created 19 October 2020 Updated 19 October 2020
  • Value of evidence-based prioritised actions

    Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research
    This report illustrates the value of evidence-based prioritisation of management actions for improving biodiversity and wider environmental outcomes on NZ farms. Using farm and industry level demonstrations, it shows how an evidence-based tool can help everyone achieve the best outcomes feasible with the natural capital available on their farm, working...
    Created 1 July 2019 Updated 1 July 2019
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