Environment Canterbury has today released a report commissioned by the five agencies with statutory responsibility for land and water management in the iconic Mackenzie Basin.
News & events
The Otukaikino River has won the Supreme Award for Most Improved River at the 2018 New Zealand River Awards in Wellington.
Living Here is sent to all households in the Canterbury region to give residents an overview of what is happening in the region.
The Co-Governors of Te Waihora / Lake Ellesmere have welcomed today’s announcement by the Minister of Conservation,that 68,000 native trees will be planted.
Environment Canterbury today welcomed the signing of a memorandum of understanding to promote the vision of Banks Peninsula being made free of animal pests.
Important questions still need to be answered around how landowners can be enabled to best protect riverbeds, writes Hurunui Waiau Zone committee chairman John
To boost the population of rare and threatened bird species control work is starting this week to reduce the numbers of southern black backed gulls.
Since 2015 Environment Canterbury’s water quality, ecology and biodiversity teams have been investigating the effects of stock exclusion on Bignose galaxiids.
Competition for real estate on the edge of the Ashburton River mouth is hot at this time of the year.
In October, five school students and their families were invited to Environment Canterbury to present their winning Science Fair projects.
Banks Peninsula water zone committee member Pam Richardson about biodiversity on the peninsula and how important conservation is.
Land management and biodiversity advisor Sarah Heddell talks about becoming a Good Yarn facilitator and how to support farmers in a stressful situation.