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News & events
Drylands provide habitat for a range of specialised native insects and plant species. Protecting them is a priority for the Christchurch West Melton Water Zone.
Upper Waitaki Water Zone Committee Chair, Simon Cameron shares the zone committee's goal for this summer.
Selwyn Waihora Zone Delivery Lead Gill Jenkins has an update on sediment and stormwater, and thanks local landowners for supporting our mahi in the zone.
A proposed second stage of weed control and planting at Lynton Downs, Kaikōura will support native forest regeneration within the Kahutara catchment.
The establishment of two large native planting sites is a major step toward restoring native biodiversity on the Canterbury Plains.
Whitebait season is underway, be across the new regulations and be aware of common mistakes.
The Hurunui Waiau Uwha Water Zone Committee visited Smothering Gully recently to see the biodiversity improvements made after 10 years.
About 45 volunteers gave up time on their weekend to help reduce sedimentation in Whakaraupō / Lyttelton Harbour at the Cass Bay planting day recently.
Rug up and join the Bay community's second planting day at Cass Bay, where they aim to plant 3000 more seedlings on 14 August.
Styx Living Laboratory Trust was established in 2002 to work towards achieving Christchurch City Councils “Vision 2000-2040 The Styx”. Find out how it's going.
Fencing of two tarns (small alpine lakes) and a large wetland has now been completed at Balmoral Station near Lake Takapō/Tekapō.