New pathways, fencing and tracks around the mouth of the Hakatere/Ashburton River are improving the environment for the many native birds that inhabit the area.
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A recent funding boost will help local, regional and national stakeholders protect Waiau Toa/Clarence River's bird habitat and rare plant species.
Kaikōura High School students helped plant 650 natives for the recent Love the Lyell planting day.
Christchurch West Melton Water Zone Committee Chair Kevin Brown updates us on a four-year planting project and a spotlight on the Ōtūkaikino River.
Farmer-led events are slowly shifting perceptions about wetlands in the Upper and Lower Waitaki zones.
Banks Peninsula farmers discuss how native and exotic forestry can be incorporated within the farm landscape to complement their current operations.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Manager Kevin Heays chats about kūkūwai/wetland work in Kaikōura.
To improve water quality, reduce erosion and build biodiversity, around 2,500 natives have been planted along Cashmere Stream over the last four years.
The Waikirikiri / Selwyn Near River Recharge project is officially ready to help boost groundwater and stream levels in the region
The Waimakariri Water Zone Committee has helped protect four important wetland projects in the zone, thanks to Immediate Steps biodiversity funding.
Immediate Steps funding has allowed Christoph Schacherer to plant over 2,000 native trees, shrubs and flaxes on his Huntsbury Gully block.
We have been working closely with the North Canterbury Infrastructure Recovery Alliance (NCTIR) to protect fish and their habitat.