Environment Canterbury is reviewing about 90 consents in the Hakatere/Ashburton River catchment to help achieve the community’s vision for the river.
News & events
Environment Canterbury is reminding residents living in the Christchurch clean air zone that no outdoor burning is permitted over the cooler months.
The Hekeao / Hinds Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) Project has recently concluded its third year of operations.
In May this year Environment Canterbury received a new legal claim from Forest & Bird relating to water zone committees.
Back to back volunteer planting days have taken place at Nagari wetland in the last two weeks.
Monday 1st July 2019 marked the start of an exciting project to recharge groundwater in the Selwyn Waihora zone.
South Canterbury’s Waihao Marae was a fitting location for a special meeting to better understand the history and importance of local Māori place names.
New funding has been allocated to local biodiversity projects, including the restoration of coastal wetlands and habitat protection for the long-tailed bat.
A community meeting was held to generate feedback on a discussion document to develop an Hakatere/Ashburton River Mouth Management Strategy.
Department of Conservation (DOC) / Te Papa Atawhai, has formally joined the co-governance partnership.
Prospective Canterbury Regional Councillors will have a chance to find out what the role is all about at a candidates information evening on 15 July.
From Monday 22 July, some Metro fares will increase. The adult Metrocard fare in Greater Christchurch remains the same.