Waitaki Irrigators Collective
NOIC is a member of the Waitaki Irrigators Collective, which is made up of five irrigation schemes and an irrigators' society. WIC represents the interests of over 580 irrigators covering more than 75,000 hectares across North Otago and South Canterbury.
Waitaki District Council
The Waitaki District Council are the local council body for North Otago and have been a funding partner in both the original scheme build, and in the expansion currently underway.
Network Waitaki Limited
This local 100% consumer trust owned Electricity Lines Company provides electricity distribution services to NOIC.
Growing sustainably is important for New Zealand, and the primary industries need people to help our country grow. This website offers information on suitable careers and scholarships, covering caring for and using land and water resources; growing plants and animals; producing food and fibre for the world; and research, supply of inputs, engineering, advice, marketing, and market access.
NZ Landcare Trust
A three-year water quality project has started in Kakanui which will focus on increasing community understanding and awareness of water quality and resource management issues. It will include building an ecological monitoring system to provide real-time information on the productivity of the in-stream and terrestrial systems in the catchment.
North Otago Sustainable Land Management Group (NOSLaM)
This organisation was active in the 1990's and 2000's. The group has been resurrected in 2013 by 15 farmers keen to improve water quality and promote good pastoral management. The farmers wish to take a proactive leadership role in managing waterways, such as the Kakanui River, to ensure that a holistic approach is taken, encompassing the environmental, economic and social wellbeing of the wider community.
NOIC SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
Each year NOIC awards a $1000 scholarship to a student who is extending their studies with an emphasis on Agriculture.
The scholarship is open to any Year 12 or Year 13 student studying at one of the North Otago High Schools, see application for full details. Applications should be returned to the NOIC office no later than Friday 20th October 2017. The winner is announced at the NOIC Annual General Meeting usually held early November.
Further information may be found within the application form or by contacting the NOIC office.
To apply for this scholarship please print and complete the form below and return to us.
Scholarship Application - 2019
The scholarship was established to promote environmental management and stewardship among young people. Read more......