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.
News & events
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.
Come along to one of our drop-in sessions across the region to find out if your Farm Environment Plan is up to date and receive personalised help.
This week, Environment Canterbury begins a mail-out to about 700 Timaru property owners who may have land affected by chemicals or hazardous substances remaining in the ground from a previous...
Septic tanks. It’s not something we necessarily think seriously about, but it's something all of us in Kaikōura need to give some attention to following the 2016 earthquake.
A proposal to expand an existing quarry has been granted by an independent hearing panel.
Lifestyle block owners in Waimakariri have discovered the benefits of good management during a three-week pilot project run by the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee.There are more than 4500 lifestyle blocks...
Creating a collaborative design for the realignment of Taranaki Stream has enabled contractors, developers, Ngai Tahu and Environment Canterbury to prioritise the environment at the 150-hectare Ravenswood subdivision, located north...