On Sunday 11 April consultation on Environment Canterbury’s draft Long-Term Plan will close. You still have time to make a submission and share your views.
News & events
If you have a current consent to take water in Canterbury, you’ll have received a letter from us informing you of upcoming charges for water use.
Mount Lawry Station in the Canterbury foothills has received a funding boost to help protect its native biodiversity which includes beech forest and wetlands.
Applications are open to join your local water zone committee. Hear from current members about what it means to be part of local water management and apply now.
Regional park rangers are now warranted to issue instant $750 fines to anyone found dumping rubbish in Canterbury's three regional parks.
Gina Waibl was elected as the Banks Peninsula Water Zone Committee Chair at the March 2021 meeting.
We've compiled frequently asked questions and answers about this consent application due to the level of interest in this renewal application.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Manager Kevin Heays talks about winter activities and community conversations.
It may look unsightly but the brown substance showing up at Caroline Bay is actually a harmless algae.
Central zones' Pou Mātai Kō Tana Luke has joined Environment Canterbury and offers a wealth of experience in matauranga Māori.
Two Canterbury schools have had the chance to learn and immerse themselves in their local environment with support from our youth engagement and education team.
Our recent odour pilot in Washdyke and northern Timaru has established the two main businesses that are emitting odour beyond their boundaries.