The Ashburton Lakes/Ō Tū Wharekai are in danger of flipping due to an increase in nutrients in the water.
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Consent renewal for the third of three irrigation schemes in mid Canterbury has been granted. Find out more about the decisions and the consent conditions.
Drylands provide habitat for a range of specialised native insects and plant species. Protecting them is a priority for the Christchurch West Melton Water Zone.
Soil Conservation and Revegetation project (SCAR project) promotes soil stabilisation and improves soil management in areas subject to erosion and high winds.
A new report has found that significant reductions in nutrient loads will be required to preserve water quality in the Ashburton/Ō Tū Wharekai lakes.
Minister for the Environment approves Change 1 to Chapter 6 of the CRPS to future proof urban development in Selwyn and Waimakariri.
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.
Farmers in Kaikōura who have been working with land management advisor Pete Bradshaw, are feeling prepared for their farm audits.
Canterbury farmers are facing a challenging winter and Environment Canterbury is working with industry bodies to offer advice and support.
Explore Canterbury's public recreational spots with our new online 'StoryMap', which provides accessibility and amenity information for over 900 sites.
Canterbury farmers are some of the most productive and efficient in the country. Find out how Stu has managed his consent process.