A funding boost and plans to expand the Aquavan programme mean it will be used to educate even more groups this year.
One extra-clever dog and his owner are taking a new approach to picking up litter.
A career in teaching and a passion for contemporary art has sparked a Dunedin woman to create a new programme.
Age isn't a barrier to storytelling for Dunedin's Lloyd Martin, who at 95 he can still keep an audience entertained across the airwaves.
A group of pupils have been recognised for their work investigating the health of Otago Harbour.
New Zealand's average dairy herd size has tripled in the past 30 seasons on the back of dairy expansion in the South Island, DairyNZ figures show.
Siobhan Griffin has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to grazing management techniques and how to build topsoil.
Rebecca Stewart, of Mosgiel, is passionate about Clydesdale horses and has recently started entering competitions with them.
Regenerative farming is all about starting from the bottom up, a Waiwera South farmer says.
Otago and Southland experienced last week some of the highest November rainfall on record and downpours at this time of the year are set to become more common.
Farmers from the Clutha area are coming together in a new group to improve not just water quality but overall environmental impact.
Young farmers from the Otago region put their skills to the test at the district competition for the FMG Young Farmer of the Year contest, held at the South Otago A&P Show in Balclutha last...
One South Otago woman is passionate about breeding cattle - but her herd is a bit different.
One writer is turning her memories of growing up on a farm into story books.
Health experts say a ''virtual'' school could help both recruitment and retention of health professionals in rural areas.
South Otago A&P Society is taking a different approach to their cattle section this year.
After a lengthy shearing career, a Dunedin man decided to take a step back. However, things only seem to be speeding up.
A Mosgiel couple's love for apple cider has led them to making their own.
Young farmers will put both practical and theoretical skills to the test at this year's Otago competition.
It is crucial farmers have their say in the public consultation of the dairy industry legislation review, experts say.