The discovery of an oil-like slick in a Kaikōura drain appears to be the remnants of ancient wetlands.
News & events
It was just before Christmas when Environment Canterbury's biosecurity team leader Leanne Lye was approached about taking on an interim position as Hurunui-Waiau zone manager.
More than 4000 native plants have been planted along the Ohapi Creek waterway to help safeguard the water quality of the creek and improve the habitat for native species, as...
The Ballance Farm Environment Awards recognises and celebrates good farm practices which promotes sustainable land management through an annual awards programme which is now run in 10 regions throughout New Zealand.
A Canterbury farm and its director have been fined $18,000 for illegally burning hundreds of tyres.
Public submissions on a Proposal to progress development of a new Canterbury Regional Pest Management Plan close shortly.
A word from Arapata Reuben, Christchurch West Melton Chair, on the success of lasts months big clean up of the Avon and Heathcote rivers, an update from the Otakaro Network...
Environment Canterbury announced today that it had accepted the recommendations of independent hearing commissioners on the Nutrient Management and Waitaki Plan Change, Plan Change 5 to the Land & Water...
Multiple agencies are joining together to achieve the best environmental, tourism and economic outcomes for the Mackenzie / Waitaki Basin.
Red-Necked Wallabies, also known as the Bennett's Wallaby, were imported from Tasmania in 1870 as a game animal for the early settlers.
Rivers have gone dry, lakes have had algal blooms, new irrigation schemes are advancing…what does it all mean?
Wilding pines, also known as wilding conifers, self-seed from established pine forests. They represent one of the biggest pest management challenges we face in Canterbury, infesting around 25% of the region.