An evening with Lance Burdett

Join us at Horsham Downs for a relaxed get together and BBQ

Sunday, March 03, 2019

Author: WandaLeadbeater
Enjoy a bite to eat and listen to the inspiring and thought provoking, Lance Burdett founder of Warn International.


RSVP for catering purposes 021 180 2995


BBQ from 6pm. Guest speaker from 7pm.
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West Coast weather updates

as at 27 May

Monday, May 27, 2019

Author: Terri Anderson

To keep update to date with the latest information please use the link below to our public information and emergency situation map.

https://wcrc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=ae41303339d4448b8efa3b62157b9634

And follow CDEM's local Facebook page or Website for further information:

https://www.facebook.com/emergencywestcoast/

https://westcoastemergency.govt.nz/

 

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Lance Burdett article in Farmers' Weekly

Wednesday, May 08, 2019

Author: Terri Anderson

Perhaps the biggest hinderance to farmers' wellbeing is their lack of social life, says former police crisis negotiator Lance Burdett, who has begun his tour of the South Island to encourage wellness.

https://ruralnewsgroup.co.nz/rural-news/rural-general-news/farmers-it-s-good-to-talk?fbclid=IwAR1ddSAGlktVp5OfckrHCJlXCYLaLZHMHuesQljcIjUW0wFRM5X8uYtylfY

Make sure you book in!

 

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West Coast Wet classified as medium-scale adverse event.

3 May 2019

Monday, May 06, 2019

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Good Yarn Workshops

Monday, February 26, 2018

Author: ClaireFord

GOOD YARN - "Enabling Farming communities to talk about Mental Health"
GY is a hands on workshop that will give you the practical tools and confidence to be able to talk to people in rural communities about mental health.

Workshops are run by experienced facilitators from the North Canterbury Rural Support Trust

They are free to attend for farmers, rural professionals, people living and working in rural communities

Bring a friend, colleague or neighbour

Registrations to Gayle  litchi@farmside.co.nz  or Ph 027 4171 812

 


2019 Dates coming soon!

 


 

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One of these things is not like the other

It’s easy to see if there’s a flood or an earthquake, but drought’s an odd one to call. When does a dry spell become a drought?

Friday, December 08, 2017

Author: Terri Anderson

It’s easy to see if there’s a flood or an earthquake, but drought’s an odd one to call. When does a dry spell become a drought?

Dry spells and droughts are part of life for many farmers across New Zealand. Farmers monitor their local conditions, plan for dry weather, and make tough decisions early.

MPI doesn’t declare droughts, but help to identify if the impacts of a drought on the primary sector should be classified as a medium- or large-scale adverse event, under the criteria in the Primary Sector Recovery Policy.  

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Luncheon with Annah Stretton, Rebecca Skilton and Sheryll Gordon

Wednesday 29 November: Sir Don Rowland Centre, Karapiro

11/29/2017 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Author: WandaLeadbeater

Join Annah Stretton, Rebecca Skilton and Sheryll Gordon for a whole food lunch prepared by Te Atawhai's fabulous chef, Karissa. 

 

 

 

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