Environment Canterbury’s newest independent Councillor, Megan Hands, has been officially sworn in.
A stroke of luck seven years ago has put a Geraldine student on a path to becoming an arable agronomist.
It’s a brisk winter’s night as Kristy Roa and her teammates jog onto a floodlit sports field in Gisborne.
The FMG Young Farmer of the Year has had his tractor driving skills put to the test on the international stage.
The first qualifying rounds for the next FMG Young Farmer of the Year kick off next week.
Phoebe Topp is counting down the days until she embarks on an educational trip to learn about farming in Brazil.
A determined Palmerston North student has achieved a long-held goal of landing a cadetship in the food and fibre sector.
A new family-owned boutique milk business is set to bring the clink of glass milk bottles back to Canterbury streets.
A national education programme inspiring students about opportunities in the food and fibre sector is set to feature on Country Calendar.
Samantha Tennent pulls on a yellow hi-vis vest before entering a barn the size of eight rugby fields.