Working for New Zealand’s rural professionals

Welcome to NZIPIM, the place for developing the capability and knowledge base of members and providing a platform to enable them to build extensive networks across the rural profession.


NZIPIM offers a broad range of professional development events that inform, upskill and expand knowledge base of members providing advice and services to farmers and growers.

Webinar: Foot and Mouth Disease briefing with MPI

SHORT-NOTICE WEBINAR – We have just confirmed a spot with MPI’s Foot and Mouth Disease team to provide an update on the disease, the current international context, border measures and MPI’s taskforce response strategy. The webinar will be held on Wednesday 18 August from 4pm.


17 Aug 2022

Canterbury-Westland Branch Winter Networking Dinner & AGM

Time for a night off!

Come along to dinner and an opportunity to catch up with industry colleagues in relaxed environment, this night is for you.


18 Aug 2022

National Conference 2022

NZIPIM's 2022 National Conference will be held on Monday 29th and Tuesday 30th of August at Sky City, Hamilton.

Click the link to download a copy of the Programme.

Click on the link to download a copy of the Registration Form.


29 Aug 2022

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Foot and Mouth Disease information for Rural Professionals

If foot and mouth disease reached New Zealand, all rural trade would be stopped and more than 100,000 jobs would be at risk. The New Zealand border is generally well managed and the risk of FMD entering is extremely low. The Government has taken steps in the last week to strengthen our borders.

    NZIPIM Announce New Independent Director

    The Board of NZIPIM are pleased to announce the appointment of a new Independent Director.

    Webinar: Our Land and Water Rural Professionals Fund

    Find out more about the third round of the Rural Professionals Fund, which will invest up to $75,000 in projects that will rapidly test ideas and innovations within a short nine-month time frame. Project teams must include a rural professional, and a farmer or grower. The team also must include a person with relevant scientific or technical expertise, or mātauranga Māori, or kaupapa Māori research expertise (this may be the rural professional in some cases).

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