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What is the future of grocery? Millennials, branding and big data.

Partial land use diversification to strengthen income and business resilience.

Our Rural professionals – Are we supporting the people who support our farmers?

How do agri-processors engage entry level labour?

How can Waikato Maniapoto Māori landowners increase productivity whilst improving the environmental protection of their land?

Is New Zealand prepared for foot and mouth disease?

Live sensor data for environmental monitoring and improvement.

Novel pathways to farm ownership in the arable sector.

Shaping the future of Aotearoa’s food system – a scenarios analysis.

How can the NZ dairy industry design workplaces to attract the best of the next generation?

Generation Z and the environment – how can we use their passion to attract them into food and fibre sector careers?

Rural freshwater quality. What’s perception? What’s reality?

Bobby Calves – Industry benefits rather than wasteful perception.

Reflection on foreign direct investment in the Central South Island primary industry.

How do rural women define their success?

A proposed plan of action for meeting the immediate requirements and future expectations of the New Zealand honey industry.

How resilient farmers thrive in the face of adversity.

The benefits of carbon farming inclusion into pastoral farming.

How do we successfully manage multicultural teams in the agriculture sector?

Building collaboration with farming communities and Rūnanga in the Hurunui District.

Just for the Health of it – enhancing the wellbeing of employees in the post harvest-kiwifruit Industry.

From the Back Paddock to the Board Room: Dairy Women’s Network and Pathways to Gender Diversity in Governance

Clean and Green NZ? Genetic technology and its future in New Zealand’s Pastoral Industry.

Future scenarios for New Zealand horticulture. A tool to help the horticulture sector be fit for the future, whatever the future.

Our programmes work in partnership with some of New Zealand’s leading agribusiness organisations – click here for more.​