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News & events
Ashburton Water Zone Committee Chair William Thomas looks back on 2020 and outlines the challenges the Committee will face in 2021.
Free travel has been extended another week on the new direct bus services from Waimakariri to central Christchurch.
Keeping black-billed gulls safe is one of our top priorities and it was disheartening to see that the latest incident has caused great damage to the colony.
Land rezoning for new housing developments in Rolleston, Rangiora and Kaiapoi is currently being considered to meet future demand.
We are rolling out a pilot project throughout February to gather better odour information and data in the Washdyke and northern Timaru area.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Manager updates us on pollution call outs over the summer break and plans for the coming year.
Burning/burying farm plastics can cause ongoing issues, which is why its important to recycle farm plastic. Find out how to do this in Kaikōura
Water is life. Out of a list of crucial tasks and ambitions, managing and nurturing our water is the most important job that Environment Canterbury has.
New direct bus services from Waimakariri to central Christchurch start on Monday 11 January with free travel for the first two weeks.
We have some great events lined up in early March for Seaweek 2021 that showcase the importance and diversity of our marine environments.
The Goughs Bay ‘Haley fence’ project will receive more than $15,000 of Immediate Steps (IMS) biodiversity funding to allow native forest to regenerate.