A mana whenua-led project involving the construction of a wetland near Ngāti Moki Marae has taken a significant step forward.
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Avoiding nesting areas is the best way to protect our rare, ground-nesting birds. Nesting season usually runs from September to February.
A review of efforts to address water quality issues in the Hinds catchment is a chance to celebrate, and 're-set'.
Four generations have worked to control invasive weeds and restore native trees in Glentui. Now, an Environment Canterbury project continues the kaitiaki work.
When it comes to stormwater, these Christchurch businesses really are superheroes.
A new fund, developed in partnership with Christchurch Trust, will provide support for individuals and groups protecting our environment.
After 12 years in the role, Kaikōura zone delivery lead Kevin Heays finished up with Environment Canterbury at the end of August.
Read the latest from Kaikōura Water Zone Committee chair Ted Howard on a local Waiau Toa/Clarence River presentation evening.
Read on to hear the latest with Kaikōura’s Waikōau/Lyell Creek.
CityCare Property, share their mahi challenges, motivations and hopes for the future of the Waimakariri River weed control and planting project.
A proposed wetland near Coes Ford would be a major environmental win.
Join a field day organised by the Hurunui Biodiversity Trust and us to learn about braided river birds on Wednesday 30 November in the Amuri Basin.