Working for New Zealand’s Primary Industry 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: Climate Adaptation-importance of extremes

The impact of climate changes on our lives and businesses with Dr Rob Murdoch, General Manager - Science/ Deputy Chief Executive, NIWA


14 Dec 2023

Webinar - Smart Nitrogen Management

Kate Fransen and Claire Phyn will provide an update on two projects that are specifically targeting reductions in dairy farm nitrogen losses for improved freshwater quality.


22 Feb 2024

Leading with Emotional Intelligence

Leaders are being challenged with more than they’ve ever managed before, all against the backdrop of economic uncertainty, constant change, and a future that no one can predict. This course provides practical strategies and has been developed to address the unique needs of diverse learners.


04 Mar 2024

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What NZ’s Climate-related Disclosure Requirements mean for Business

New Zealand was the first country in the world to introduce laws around climate-related financial reporting and has now released its disclosure requirements. Industry experts explain what this means for your business.

Study Reveals the Size of the Job to Achieve Water Quality Goals

It will be extremely challenging to achieve New Zealand’s water quality goals, according to new research.

A new report evaluates the current state of four contaminants (nitrogen, phosphorus, Escherichia coli, and sediment) in rivers, lakes, and estuaries across Aotearoa New Zealand.

On Farm Support Science Scholarships

Applications have opened for six scholarships that are being offered to students studying agriculture and horticulture at Massey and Lincoln universities to help boost the number of advisers providing on-the-ground support to farmers and growers.

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