The Banks Peninsula Zone Committee meeting schedule. The Committee meets on the third Tuesday of each month.
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Te Runanga o Koukourarata has a moemoea (vision) for ecological restoration at Koukourarata (Port Levy).
This video covers the latest project to support this restoration work; a reticulation system to support young native plants along the Kahukunu awa.
Te Runanga o Koukourarata will manage this project and has been provided funding from the Tuia joint work programme between Environment Canterbury and Ngai Tahu.
The Banks Peninsula Zone Committee is tasked with working with community members to develop solutions to local water management challenges.
Addressing the issues facing Wairewa / Lake Forsyth is a key focus for the committee this year.
An initial Open Day was held in Little River in early August to get local feedback on the lake and discuss possible solutions. Community workshops were also held in Little River in September and October.
Community feedback will help the committee develop its solutions to feed in to the sub-regional chapter in the proposed Land & Water Regional Plan (pLWRP).
The pLWRP is designed to deliver the community’s aspirations for water management as outlined in the Canterbury Water Management Strategy.
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