The Ashburton Lakes/Ō Tū Wharekai are in danger of flipping due to an increase in nutrients in the water.
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Soil Conservation and Revegetation project (SCAR project) promotes soil stabilisation and improves soil management in areas subject to erosion and high winds.
A proposed second stage of weed control and planting at Lynton Downs, Kaikōura will support native forest regeneration within the Kahutara catchment.
Kaikōura Water Zone Committee Chair Ted Howard updates us on the committee's new member, a recent field trip and priorities for the next few years.
Find out about the review of the Overseer tool and how this could impact the way we manage our waterways.
The Ahuriri catchment in Twizel is benefitting from passionate local farmers and their will to improve water quality.
Irrigation Insight Programme leads to better decision making for farmers on how and when to irrigate.
A covenant is a great way to protect existing biodiversity and improve the health of ecosystems.
The Government is seeking feedback on its proposed Freshwater Farm Plan (FW-FP) module, part of the Government’s push towards integrated farm planning.
Former chair Dave Ashby and deputy chair Cam Henderson reflect on over a decade of joint service to the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee.
Find out more about how much water there is across our region each quarter.
Farmers in Kaikōura who have been working with land management advisor Pete Bradshaw, are feeling prepared for their farm audits.