Northland Rural Support Trust
Trying to cope with extreme weather-drought, floods, cyclones? Their impact on the productivity of Northland's rural sector can be severe. Contact the Northland Rural Support Trust to help you through the tough times.
The Northland Rural Support Trust is part of a nation wide network which helps rural people and their families during and after extreme weather or environmental events which affect their livelihoods. This includes pastoral farming, forestry horticulture and other land based activities.
The Trust has access to networks, services, and government funding following an adverse event to help people get back on their feet. The Trust members are rural people who have themselves faced the challenges that rural life brings. Free and confidential help is available through the Trust's coordinator. Contact is one on one at a place that suits you.
Drought has now been declared for the whole of the North Island and the Buller and Grey Districts of the South Island
Please contact your local Rural Support Trust if you need help. On 22 March the Minister extended the existing me...More »
Support through the drought
If you are looking for support through the current drought, please read the following pamphlets: Coping with...More »