The combination of dry conditions, thin, poor-quality soil and a highly modified river is making for an extra challenging native revegetation programme on the c
News & events
Lots of great conversations about water quality were had at a recent pop-up day at Te Puna-a-Taka/Lake Clearwater.
We have a new date for the Bioblitz, a citizen-science effort to record as many species within the area within the day. Everyone is welcome to attend!
Learn about the importance of mahinga kai and biodiversity within the Hurunui context.
35 community groups and organisations around the region have financially benefitted from our Waitaha Action to Impact Fund.
This pop-up information day on 25 February is a chance to chat with those directly involved in initiatives to restore the lakes.
Kaikōura and Hurunui Waiau Uwha zone delivery lead Marco Cataloni discusses awesome local projects in his latest column.
Environment Canterbury and our partners have made great progress under the National Wilding Conifer Control Programme, but there is still plenty more to do.
Our waterways are vulnerable to infestations of exotic pest plant species that can choke our braided rivers and restrict the natural functions of waterways.
Celebrate World Wetlands Day by signing up to attend our Bioblitz event at Muriwai o Whata on Saturday 18 February.
A project taking a deep dive into understanding the seabed and marine ecosystems around Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula is underway.
The community got a first-hand look at how black-fronted terns and black-billed gulls are being protected in North Canterbury.