Our annual contact recreation report is now available, assessing 100 popular swimming spots in Waitaha/Canterbury.
News & events
During June and July 2023, the Timaru community got involved in Our Waitarakao – a joint project to plan for a healthier future for the lagoon and catchment.
Did you know that most stormwater drains lead directly into waterways? Find out how you can help to keep our rivers and streams clean.
We have released two new reports showing that we need to improve land management to achieve the water quality improvements the community is seeking.
We saw positive results during mid-season monitoring flights in July for winter grazing over Waimakariri and Ashburton regions.
Read Kaikōura and Hurunui Waiau Uwha zone delivery lead Marco Cataloni's latest column.
Kaikōura Water Zone Committee chair Ted Howard gives an update from the annual groundwater presentation as well as the importance of community participation.
McKinnon's Creek/Ōtakitane is an example of a site undergoing significant restoration work, including planting, to improve water quality.
A mahinga kai field trip recently held at three spots along the Cust catchment in Waimakariri highlighted the importance of our natural resources.
Help shape our region’s future by taking part in our extended engagement process.
We have released findings from faecal source testing undertaken at Lyttelton Bays/Whakaraupō and Akaroa/Whakaroa earlier this year.
Using synthetic fertilisers more efficiently can help protect water and the environment. Nitrogen limits apply to all grazed land.