Three sites across the Kaikōura Plains have been targeted for weed control work, to protect some of the last remaining native bush pockets in the area.
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On Wednesday 9 June LGNZ announced Environment Canterbury as finalists for the Air New Zealand EXCELLENCE Award for Environmental Well-being.
A QEII covenant and funding from Fonterra is helping to protect one of the best examples of a coastal scarp wetland in Kaikōura.
Agencies announce support to secure the future of one of Waitaha’s iconic landmarks, Kaitorete Spit.
Find out more about wetlands on your property and how you can help to protect them.
The Waikirikiri / Selwyn River and the ecosystem it supports, is being given a helping hand through an innovative river recharge project.
The Waimakariri Water Zone Committee supports biodiversity funding for Oxford wetland to protect several types of flora including species of pygmy mistletoe.
Efforts to catch Beggars’ ticks in the Ōtukaikino Living Memorial Wetland are being boosted thanks to more than $16,000 of Immediate Steps biodiversity funding.
Keen to improve Waimakariri's biodiversity? Apply to become a trustee of the Waimakariri Biodiversity Trust.
Mount Lawry Station in the Canterbury foothills has received a funding boost to help protect its native biodiversity which includes beech forest and wetlands.
Two Canterbury schools have had the chance to learn and immerse themselves in their local environment with support from our youth engagement and education team.
Community, industry and regional government are working together to restore native biodiversity values to a stream in the Ashburton region.