The quality of waterways in NZ is a significant focus of the government. There is a sustained effort to encourage the improvement in the health of waterways across the country.
Managing land use, livestock, effluent and erosion around lakes, streams and rivers is critical to supporting the improvement of water quality. Planting around and near waterways can have a major impact on water quality and natural habitat restoration.
eLandNZ helps production forests resolve environmental issues, such as soil erosion and polluted waterways, and can turn these liabilities into sustainable revenue generating land use areas that help protect the local environment and support community wellbeing.
Over recent times the quality of New Zealand waterways (stream, rivers, lakes) has become compromised due to farming, industry, and other human activities. However, local councils, communities and the government have recognised the importance of waterways as their ecosystems and there is a drive to improve the quality of water across the country.
Riparian zones are areas of land bordering freshwater areas – lakes, streams, wetlands and rivers. By fencing off and planting around these areas significant improvements can be made to
eLandNZ has experience in supporting land owners to protect and improve waterways which not only benefits these habitats but can substantially improve the environment of the local communities around the areas.
Quality NZ honey is like gold. eLandNZ has extensive experience and expertise in growing Manuka ensuring the health and wellbeing of the plants, bees and operations.
Critical to the success of any apiculture venture is the correct planning, preparation, planting and management of the nectar source as well as the bees.
Carbon dioxide is the most commonly produced greenhouse gas and is a key contributor to global warming. Carbon sequestration is the process of capturing and storing atmospheric carbon dioxide. In doing so we reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere which can help reduce global climate change.
The global climate crisis has highlighted the need to take rapid action to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and take steps to counter emissions we produce.
Carbon Farming (planting tree farms) is a popular way of sequestering atmospheric carbon. However converting entire farms that are food producing (such as beef, sheep and dairy) into forests can have a negative impact on the surrounding local communities.
eLandNZ is committed to find ways to enable this reduction whilst at the same time providing a financial benefit for the people who are enabling these projects.
If you have land that you would like to put to alternative use, or if you are interested in investing in sustainable land-use projects, please get in touch.
Phone: 027 251 9575
Visit: Level 4, 136 Customs Street West, Auckland 1010
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