With artificial intelligence taking the internet by storm in recent months, our biosecurity team have taken the first steps to use it to identify pest plants.
News & events
We're holding a series of drop-in meetings in rural towns over March and April to help farmers get to grips with new regulations and what they need to know.
Burning/burying farm plastics can cause ongoing issues, which is why its important to recycle farm plastic. Find out how to do this in Kaikōura
Environment Canterbury is recommending several cost-effective and efficient practices farmers can adopt to reduce nitrogen loss.
A council-run rural water supply near Waimate has been impacted by high nitrate concentrations and is not meeting drinking water standards.
A review of efforts to address water quality issues in the Hinds catchment is a chance to celebrate, and 're-set'.
On 1 November, new intensive winter grazing rules came into force. Find out more about these new rules.
Illegal rubbish pits can affect soil and water quality - and are costly to clean up.
As the July cold really starts to bite, planning and preparation for intensive winter grazing will benefit farmers and the land greatly in Canterbury.
Environment Canterbury supports a proposal to exclude permanent exotic forests from the Emissions Trading Scheme.
Responding to criticism from Greenpeace, Environment Canterbury says it has always acknowledged the extent of the water quality challenge in our waterways.
Join us to see live nassella tussock plants, learn how to identify them in the field, and how to prevent the spread of pests onto your property.