Over the past two years the Christchurch West Melton zone committee has been working on how to deal with the impact of stormwater on urban waterways.
News & events
Improving water quality in Christchurch’s streams and rivers is a priority for the Christchurch West Melton zone committee.
Environment Canterbury Chief Executive Bill Bayfield says that the organisation is moving towards stricter enforcement measures for water take consent breaches.
Upper Waitaki water zone committee chair Barry Shepherd provides some insight into the complexities of managing water in the zone.
Te Rūnanga o Waihao will receive more than $500,000 for restoration of Wainono Lagoon in South Canterbury.
Environment Canterbury today welcomed the Government’s goal for New Zealand to become predator free by 2050.
Environment Canterbury today released the results of a discussion document on the future of pest management in Canterbury.
More than 2200 farmers in Canterbury have taken action to mitigate the environmental effects from their farms by developing a Farm Environment Plan
Welcome to this update on the important water quality improvements being undertaken by your zone committee.
Tutaepatu Lagoon near Woodend Beach is being transformed from a weed-infested waterway into an indigenous coastal ecosystem.
Lower Waitaki South Coastal Canterbury water zone committee chair Kate White reflects on what the committee has achieved and what it will focus on in 2016.
The Ashburton Water zone committee has adopted community recommendations for improving water management in the Hinds Plains area.