A plan is being made to restore the health of Waitarakao Washdyke Lagoon, and we want the community's input.
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Treasure trove of historical water data will show how agricultural changes over the last century have affected water quality.
We have been given $2 million to support farmers with erosion-prone land across North Canterbury as part of our SCAR programme.
We are undertaking two flights in both the Waimakariri and Ashburton regions this year, supporting farmers with winter grazing preparation and execution.
Lifestyle blocks can have a significant impact on our environment. Check out these top ten tips to protect land and keep water clean around your property.
Lots of great conversations about water quality were had at a recent pop-up day at Te Puna-a-Taka/Lake Clearwater.
This pop-up information day on 25 February is a chance to chat with those directly involved in initiatives to restore the lakes.
Work is underway to ensure the highway between Twizel and Ōmārama stays beautiful and rubbish is removed from unsightly borrow pits.
A North Canterbury farmer benefits from Environment Canterbury's Soil Conservation and Revegetation (SCAR) Programme.
The coastline from Waiau-toa/Clarence River to Waimate has been captured in 3D by LiDAR (light detection and ranging) via Land Information New Zealand.
Environment Canterbury is recommending several cost-effective and efficient practices farmers can adopt to reduce nitrogen loss.
We've published new guidance to help people understand wastewater treatment systems.