News & events
16 Dec 15 by Alison Collins
Soil is fundamental to life on Earth – and as our soil and land resources come under increasing pressure, choices will need to be made for optimum and sustained use.
20 Nov 15 by Justine Daw
Three strangers have developed a web app to help landowners know how suitable their property is for bees.
6 Nov 15 by Ngaire Raikabula
Hackers will converge at a mystery location in Wellington this weekend. But there won’t be anything illegal going on.
21 Oct 15 by Justine Daw
Landcare Research welcomes Environment Aotearoa 2015 – the third national state of environment report released today by the Ministry for the Environment (MfE) and Statistics New Zealand.
14 Oct 15 by Ronny Groenteman & Bob Brown
Recently our project went through a Stop/Go assessment, and I am pleased to report that MPI approved the Committee’s recommendation that the project should continue.
10 Sep 15 by Grant Norbury
A Kiwi scientist is following his nose and testing a novel approach which could help save nesting native birds from predators.
3 Sep 15 by Susan Wiser
A new study has found there are more than three trillion trees in the world – about eight times higher than previous estimates.
20 Aug 15 by Pike Brown
A national survey of beekeepers will provide a “starting point” to explore the potential causes behind colony losses in New Zealand.
More Māori are turning to science to unlock the potential of their land and natural resources.
16 Jul 15 by Jo Cavanagh
A Landcare Research report found the land application of oil and gas waste – a practice known as landfarming - poses no attributable risk to food safety or animal welfare if managed appropriately.