KEEWAI features in an episode of Country Calender, New Zealand’s longest running television program. Click the link to learn more and watch the episode.
A recent article in Ngai tahu’s Te Karaka newletter about the joint KEEWAI and Hokonui Runanga project near Gore. (Cut and paste the link to view)
We recently spent a day with Kaikorai Primary School pupils using KEEWAI as a focus point for environmental education around waterways. Second year running the girls were braver than the boys when it came to “who wants to hold a KEEWAI!” Always nice to spend time talking to the next generation about the the importance of water quality and conservation.
The KEEWAI story was recognised as a stand-out in the recently released MPI Sustainable Farming Fund publication celebrating 1000 projects (click on image to enlarge).
See attached link for information about KEEWAI’s Spirit of New Zealand Award and, another Otago award winner, Whitestone Cheese at the recent 2017 Outstanding Food producer Awards. https://www.odt.co.nz/business/region’s-businesses-winners-inaugural-awards
KEEWAI won the prestigious BITE Gourmet section at the recent 2016 NZ Food Awards.
KEEWAI won a prestigious environmental award at the recent Environmental Southland Awards. The judges were impressed with how commercial, conservation and environmental considerations were accommodated within the crayfish farming operation: see link for more detail: Environment Southland Award nomination video
Our environmental award, and the launch of our crayfish farming guide, was covered in an Otago Daily Times article: Koura venture wins award
KEEWAI have produced a guide to getting started for those interested in Freshwater Crayfish farming. It covers aspects such as freshwater crayfish biology, water quality and regulatory requirements, and is a useful starting point for those new to the industry. See the attached link to download a copy: Freshwater Crayfish Farming – A guide to getting started.