This map shows the fire season status as of 1pm Friday 27 January 2023.
This is Surfing For Farmers biggest fund raiser for the charity.
By purchasing some merchandise, you are helping to ensure that this initiative continues to provide the break our farmers and growers need from the pressures of making a life from the land.
The Rural Support Trust is thrilled to be working alongside our Time Out Tour partners to deliver these events over the next three years.
With the generous support of our partners, we can continue to contribute to the development of resilient, prosperous and healthy rural communities throughout the country.
Thank you for aligning with us on our journey and...
This calendar is an amazing resource combining a huge amount of useful data into one essential tool for those seeking jobs in the south. It combines: regions; industries; pay rates; months; roles; number of staff hired per month; peak seasons and employment platforms.
Loads of tips and links on how to deal with used oil, wine bottle caps, scrap metal, light bulbs to farm containers.
Our further processing facility at 210 Branxholme Makarewa Road is now open, so we are calling all farmers who have bale wrap stored around the farm to now drop it off.
Our new machinery is specially designed to take your bale wrap (and agri plastics) and process it into small, recyclable pellets....
David Harrington was driving and hit a cow on SH1 in Southland and changed his life forever
Surfing for Farmers
Goldpine visited Midway Beach in Gisborne for a chance to check out the well-being initiative, Surfing for Farmers. Founded by Gisborne-local Stephen Thomson in 2018, Surfing for...
Southland dairy farmer Brooke Flett shares how a new programme designed to boost the resilience of rural communities helps her navigate the challenges of farming.
For more information on “Know your...
To combat the silence and stigma related to mental unwellness, Taranaki born and bred artist Paul Rangiwahia created "The Top Six Inches" using the analogy for not only where the...