A report released earlier in the year confirms that most fish and shellfish found in waters around Ōtautahi/Christchurch are safe to eat.
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More than 600 natives have been planted along the bank of the Waihao River as part of the Black Hole Enhancement Project.
Polarcold Stores and an employee have been fined $242,350 after pleading guilty to charges of illegally discharging ammonia into Kaputone Creek.
Environment Canterbury and others are undertaking controlled application of a herbicide to control the pest plant spartina between 25-29 November 2019.
What is a fish screen and why are they required.
Chilean needle grass spread on the rise. Find out what to look out for and help stop the spread of this unwanted pest plant.
The Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora (OTOP) zone committee recently visited one of the projects they elected to support with $36,000 of Immediate Steps funding.
The impact of the Ahuriri Lagoon wetland restoration project is being measured with environmental surveying and cultural knowledge.
After an Immediate Steps funding grant for planting and fencing, the Hororata corridor is seeing the return of a range of birds and wildlife.
Pest control efforts in the Canterbury high country are rescuing large areas from colonisation by introduced conifers.
Forty Banks Peninsula locals and Environment Canterbury staff volunteered their time to plant 1300 seedlings on the banks of the Okana River on Saturday.
Environment Canterbury Po Mātai Kō Mananui Ramsden inspired hundreds with a vision of indigenous sustainability at TEDx Christchurch.