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Mr. Tom Lambie

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Local Address:  Christchurch , New Zealand
Lincoln University

Employment History

  • President
    Federated Farmers of New Zealand
  • National President
    Federated Farmers
  • Milk Producer
    Federated Farmers
  • Chairman
    Opuha Water Partnership
  • Chancellor of Lincoln University, Chair
    Opuha Water Partnership
  • President

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Trustee
    Todd Foundation
192 Total References
Web References
Tom Lambie, Chancellor & ..., 13 Oct 2012 [cached]
Tom Lambie, Chancellor & former President,
Tom Lambie is the Chancellor of Lincoln University in Christchurch, New Zealand and was appointed as an Environment Canterbury Commissioner in 2010. Tom runs an organic dairy farm at Pleasant Point in South Canterbury, New Zealand. The farm is 415 hectares, with 350 hectares irrigated with water sourced from farmer-owned Opuha Dam. The Dam provides water for irrigation, industry and city water supply, enhanced river environment flow, and electricity generation. Tom is the current Chairman of the Opuha Water Partnership. Tom was the National President of Federated Farmers of New Zealand from 2002 to 2005. He is also currently a trustee of the Todd Foundation, Hikorangi Foundation and the Motu Research and Education Foundation. Tom graduated with a B.Agr.Com. from Lincoln University and was a Kellogg Rural Leadership Scholar in 1995.
Federated Farmers of New Zealand (Inc) ... [cached]
Federated Farmers of New Zealand (Inc) is pleased that the government has recognised the enormous scale of the flooding disaster which has hit central New Zealand, said federation President Tom Lambie.
A comprehensive free trade deal with China would give a significant boost to the New Zealand economy, said Tom Lambie, President of Federated Farmers of New Zealand (Inc).
Consumers speak out on trade - The Washington Times: Commentary, 14 Sept 2003 [cached]
"New Zealand used to be Fortress New Zealand," said Tom Lambie, a milk producer and president of Federated Farmers, a key lobby."In 1984, we went broke as a country, and we liberalized."New Zealand's government got out of agriculture and stopped funding growers. "As farmers," Mr. Lambie added, "we are better off today than we were 20 years ago, and we still are growing.When we had controls and protection, our industry was growing at 1 percent per annum.For the last 20 years, we've grown on average 4 percent per annum.As an agricultural industry, we have increased our percentage of GDP from 15 percent to 17 percent of the total New Zealand economy."Mr. Lambie noted that while his wealthy countrymen shopped overseas for what they lacked at home, "Now everyone in New Zealand can afford a range of goods that are sold in New Zealand."
The Commissioners are: Dame Margaret ... [cached]
The Commissioners are: Dame Margaret Bazley (Chair), Hon. David Caygill (Deputy Chair), David Bedford, Donald Couch, Tom Lambie, Professor Peter Skelton, Rex Williams.
Tom Lambie
Mr Lambie owns a 415 hectare dairy farm at Pleasant Point South Canterbury which is BioGro organic certified. He is Chancellor of Lincoln University, Chair of Opuha Water Limited, a trustee of the Todd Foundation, Chair of the Hikurangai Foundation and a trustee of Motu, Economic and Public Policy Research Trust.
Mr Lambie has a long history of farming politics and was National President of Federated Farmers from 2002-2005. His long involvement with the farming sector and in particular his close association with the development of the Opuha Water Storage Dam makes him an ideal candidate for the Commission as he has an in-depth understanding of the economic and environmental benefits of good water management.
Scoop: Farmers Welcome Tax Law Change [cached]
"Farmers and other businesses hit by floods and storms appreciate the government giving them a bit of breathing space," said FFNZ President Tom Lambie.
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