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NEW FRONTIER IN FOOD PRODUCTION PROMISING

A team of world class science and engineering minds are deciding whether open ocean shellfish farming in Nelson is a viable option, with any successful project promising to significantly increase New Zealand’s shellfish production and exports by up to $300 million a year. Continue →
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NEW FRONTIER IN FOOD PRODUCTION PROMISING

A team of world class science and engineering minds are deciding whether open ocean shellfish farming in Nelson is a viable option, with any successful project promising to significantly increase New Zealand’s shellfish production and exports by up to $300 million a year. Continue →


February 2017

In this Issue:  

Who’s on the move

Book reviews

Coming up Trumps

Nostalgia Festival – Beers for Canterbury

Pinot Noir 2017

Last Word – Craig Armstrong

 

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