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Land management officers

Improving land management practices is key to ensure the sustainability of good environmental, economic and social outcomes for all. 

Our Land Management Officers (LMOs) work with landowners, iwi, community groups and organisations to support and encourage better land use practices around the rohe.

We may also be able to provide funding if you are in a high priority area for biodiversity, or focus catchments where water quality contaminants require improvement.

The Bay of Plenty region is divided into 13 water management areas and hundreds of smaller catchments, each with its own challenges and considerations when it comes to effectively managing the land and water within that area. We’ve also identified 429 Priority Biodiversity Sites that we’d love to work with you to protect and manage.

Want to talk to your local LMO? Select an area below to find the contact details of the person working for your catchment.