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Instead of Dam Thinking from the 50s, Look to the Landscape


In the lowlands of the Otago Peninsula, within the hill streams that flow into the harbour, there are water wheels.  They stand as monuments to what once was, to what ‘functions’ there once were within our society, and – vitally … Continue reading

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There are Alternatives to the Ruataniwha Dam


There are Alternatives to the Ruataniwha Dam. via There are Alternatives to the Ruataniwha Dam.

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Land and Water Concerns of Federated Farmers and Irrigation NZ


Federated Farmers and Irrigation New Zealand Questions Chris Perley Ngaruroro Ward, Hawke’s Bay Regional Council Federated Farmers and Irrigation NZ provided the following questions (italicised within text).   Here is my response. Introduction I am passionate about the potential of our … Continue reading

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