A research project has found the most common potential source of soil contamination in North Canterbury is old sheep dips.
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Farmers in Hurunui and Kaikōura with erosion-prone land are eligible for funding to help reduce the movement of sediment down hillsides and into waterways.
An increase in complaints of illegal structures for whitebaiting in rivers has led Environment Canterbury to visit waterways to assess the scale of the issue.
Selwyn Waihora Water Zone Committee Co-Chair Les Wanhalla talks about community engagement and the urban water infrastructure in the region
A 42-hectare remnant of the native forest in Banks Peninsula has been protected and will continue to support native wildlife thanks to a farmer-led effort.
Having a plan for winter grazing doesn’t need to be over-complicated – the key is having a plan in the first place.
Environment Canterbury is reviewing about 90 consents in the Hakatere/Ashburton River catchment to help achieve the community’s vision for the river.
Zone committee providing an effective forum for the whole community and making sure your aspirations for water quality and quantity outcomes are met.
Farmers were challenged to come up with good winter grazing tactics for ‘tricky’ paddocks at a series of practical workshops.
With a high level of interest in quarrying in Canterbury currently, this article shares all of the most up to date information.
Mycoplasma Bovis is front and centre for many farmers as well as us at Environment Canterbury.
Audit. It’s a word with all sorts of connotations, and none of them especially pleasant. For me, it stirs up memories of long dark nights poring over paperwork.