1 March 2022

FUTURE NZ CATCHMENTS: Making sense of the complex


1-3 March 2022- Wellington

Registrations are open:


Conference starts in   6 WEEKS! .....and counting down!

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Thank you to all sponsors for the 2021 NZARM conference!  Without you the networking, training, connecting and sharing can't happen. 

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Conference schedule

Tuesday 1 March, Parliament Buildings Wellington (Start 9am Parliament)

  • Registrations
  • Pƍwhiri
  • Opening by Minister Parker & NZARM President
  • Plenary addresses
  • panel discussion
  • Catered morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch
  • Icebreaker social hour and drinks
  • Optional night walk of Zealandia (get in quick spaces are very limited)
  • Dinner, own arrangements

Wednesday 2 March, Parliament Buildings Wellington

  • Young resource managers keynote
  • Conference Presentations- The future of catchment management
  • Poster sessions
  • Masterclasses. Delegates rotate through four of the below resource management disciplines:
    • Biodiversity in productive landscapes
    • Catchment management & what makes successful groups
    • Edge of field mitigation to treat runoff water
    • Extension strategies for achieving behaviour-change at scale
    • Greenhouse gas in a productive landscape
    • Nutrient management tools
    • Regen Ag and soil health
    • Right Tree, Right Place, Right Reason
    • Soil conservation techniques
  • Catered morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch
  • AGM & social hour
  • Awards Dinner & Craft beer tasting. Banquet hall, Parliament

Thursday 3 March, field trip (Finish 4pm Wellington airport)

  • Field trip to local natural resource management areas around Wellington:
  • Land, biodiversity and catchment management topic
    • Field trip to two catchments near Wellington city to discuss multiple drivers on land and water management:
    • Kaiwharawhara Stream catchment
    • Sanctuary to Sea project / urban catchment experience
    • Mana whenua collaboration and Te Mana o te Wai
    • Makara Stream catchment and Terawhiti Station
    • Working with small blocks for environmental outcomes
    • Farming on the fringe / supporting good land management beyond regulation
    • Wind farms, Capital Kiwi, dung beetles, honey

Prices are GST inclusive




Full Registration – Early Bird*




Full Registration – Standard




Day 1 Registration – Papers/Presentations – Early Bird*




Day 1 Registration – Papers/Presentations – Standard




*Early Bird registrations closes 17th January 2022. All rates include GST.

**Students registration includes full


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