Want to learn more about mahinga kai? Come along to our Shed Talk in the Hurunui zone this March.
News & events
Braided rivers are home to some of the rarest and most threatened bird species. Learn how we all can protect these precious birds.
Despite the challenges and hurdles, 2021 was a year of progress.
Members of two community groups in Kaikōura got to see the braided river birds being protected through trapping work at the Waiau Toa / Clarence river mouth.
Canterbury's regional parks are a great place to go to relax and engage in recreational pursuits.
Lyell Creek / Waikōau in Kaikōura is being utilised as a space to engage learners on waterway biodiversity values and habitat.
Read below about how Fonterra is helping farms in the Waimakariri District.
If you're moving between waterways this summer, do your bit to keep them pest-free and always Check, Clean, Dry.
Read about the effort these Canterbury landowners went to in order to protect skinks on their property.
Find out how seabed mapping provides a better understanding of marine ecosystems around Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula.
Clearing land has significantly diminished Kaikōura's local stock of mānuka. Kaikōura zone delivery lead Kevin Heays shares why the species is so special.
Around 50 industry professionals, farmers, community members and more gathered in Cust to hear about cultural and biodiversity values in the Waimakariri zone.