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Canterbury received average rainfall in December, however after three consecutive winters with very low recharge of groundwater, we expect:
Environment Canterbury today sent a package of information to many Selwyn Waihora farmers reminding them of their responsibility to meet nutrient management limits and to help them find out whether...
Environment Canterbury today announced its approval of a new tool for Selwyn Waihora farmers to use. “NCheck” has been approved for use in the Selwyn Te Waihora catchment only.
With the long weekend almost here, recreational water users are being reminded to avoid contact with some Canterbury and South Canterbury waterways.
Velvetleaf is one of the world's worst cropping weeds, affecting many arable crops by competing for nutrients, space, and water.
Environment Canterbury is reminding irrigators to be aware of where their water is going and irrigate the grass-not the road.
Learn how you can be involved in an awesome marae setting with other like-minded people for 2 ½ days of empowerment, inspiration and networking.
New Zealanders are being encouraged to do their surfing online before hitting their favourite swimming spots this summer.
More than 150 landslides have created dams in rivers and streams since the 7.8 magnitude earthquake on 14 November and subsequent aftershocks.
Canterbury received significant rainfall in November, however after three consecutive winters with very low recharge of groundwater, we expect:
Evaluating the use of purposeful recharge to help replenish declining groundwater levels, restore flows in the coastal drains and improve water quality.