Landconnect was established in 2006 to provide policy and implementation advice on how land use affects water quality. Our work involves liaison with New Zealand’s leading soil and water scientists, policy planners and rural sector representatives. Bringing together 20 years’ experience, we work at the interface of science, policy and implementation in a range of land and water resource projects.

Farming under regulations is a significant issue facing farmers in New Zealand. Developing science based policy and rules cannot be done effectively without meaningful input from farmers and the wider community. Landconnect also provides farmer-centric communications and engagement solutions.