The use of the FarmPortal is subject to the following Terms and Conditions. Please read these carefully.
If you agree to comply to the Terms and Conditions, please tick the box below.
Terms and Conditions
If you have registered with the Farm Portal, you agree to:
provide complete, true and accurate information;
not use another person’s account and password details unless they have given their permission to do so; and
keep your account password secure and confidential.
Environment Canterbury has made every effort to ensure that the website is available to everyone and is free of viruses,
bugs, faults, or defects, but it cannot guarantee that your access to the Farm Portal will be accessible, uninterrupted
or free from errors, viruses, faults or defects.
Environment Canterbury is not liable from your use, or any unauthorised use by another person, of, the
FarmPortal for any of the following:
any consequential or loss or damage;
any financial or economic loss, including loss of revenue, business or profit;
loss, damage or errors to data; or
any loss or damage caused by a decision or action based on the use of, or the outputs, from the Farm
Portal or any documents associated with the Farm Portal.
OVERSEER® means the OVERSEER® Nutrient Budget model. The use of the OVERSEER® model is subject to separate
Terms and Conditions. These can be viewed at: http://overseer.org.nz/terms
All Intellectual Property Rights with the Farm Portal software belong to Environment Canterbury. The
Intellectual Property Rights associated with OVERSEER® belong to the OVERSEER® owners.
The Farm Portal contains links to websites belonging to other organisations. These links are provided for your use.
Environment Canterbury has no control over and no liability for; the information, data, performance of these websites,
or any faults, viruses or defects from the use of these websites.
All information supplied to the FarmPortal is official information and subject to the Local Government
Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 and Privacy Act 1993.