A $38,500 Immediate Steps funding grant will go a long way in protecting a precious parcel of land in Banks Peninsula forever.
News & events
More than 3,000 native trees have been planted in the Port Hills, as part of a Port Hills Park Trust restoration and enhancement project.
Canterbury is to receive $17 million to tackle 400,000ha of wilding pines, generating 171 new jobs and continuing the fight against this invasive pest.
Evan Smith, dedicated stormwater superhero, red zone restoration advocate and community coordinator is remembered for his passion for our local environment.
The Mackenzie Basin Agency Alignment Programme has welcomed the government's announcement of the Tū Te Rakīwhanoa Dryland Area.
Conservation week saw NCTIR teaming up with our staff in Kaikōura to carry out some weed busting work at one of the district's wetlands.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Manager Kevin Heays talks about Waiau Toa/Clarence River and its ecological uniqueness.
Funded by the National Wilding Conifer Control Programme (NWCCP), work will begin shortly to remove invasive wilding pine infestations on the Benmore Peninsula.
Planting has started along the banks of Cass Bay Stream in a bid to restore habitat for native species and improve the health of the harbour.
Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage has announced that Pest Free Banks Peninsula will receive over $5M to enable predator eradication and create jobs.
A Hurunui stream proves to be a positive passage for migratory fish.
Newly elected Christchurch West Melton Water Zone Committee Chair Kevin Brown thinks about priorities and welcomes community input.