Environment Canterbury is urging farmers impacted by cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis to contact their local zone team.
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A fish screen is required whenever a water take could impact fish. They are designed to protect fish, including trout, salmon as well as native fish by keeping them out...
Environment Canterbury has today released a report commissioned by the five agencies with statutory responsibility for land and water management in the iconic Mackenzie Basin.
Matariki, Māori New Year, two Environment Canterbury staff tell their story about their traditions celebrating the Māori New Year. Read more here.
Taking on the Waiau Toa/Clarence River Weed and Pest Management project is destined to be a career highlight for Kaikōura biosecurity officer Jan Crooks.
Earlier this week Environment Canterbury welcomed Their Excellencies, The Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy and Sir David Gascoigne, to Selwyn District.
We’re halfway through the year and it feels like so many things are happening in our zone.
Returning to Kaikōura is like returning home for acting cultural land management advisor Makarini Rupene.
Protection of an endangered grasshopper in the MacKenzie Basin has been given a boost with the transfer of a key habitat into conservation land.
Selwyn Waihora Zone Committee chairman Allen Lim writes about its commitment to protecting and enhancing biodiversity.
Funding for the Dagnum dryland area at Burnt Hill aims to protect one of the best dryland areas of its type left in the Waimakariri zone.
A shared desire to see the return of native fish and crayfish to their stream has brought 12 neighbours together to protect their little corner of the world.