Part of the windswept Kaitōrete has been cleared of hedgehogs to protect vulnerable wildlife, in a proof of concept that’s thought to be a national first.
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The combination of dry conditions, thin, poor-quality soil and a highly modified river is making for an extra challenging native revegetation programme on the c
With artificial intelligence taking the internet by storm in recent months, our biosecurity team have taken the first steps to use it to identify pest plants.
We're joining a local organisation to increase flood protection measures along the Ōpihi River.
Environment Canterbury and our partners have made great progress under the National Wilding Conifer Control Programme, but there is still plenty more to do.
Time is running out to join your local Biosecurity Advisory Group. Applications close on Monday 23 January.
The community got a first-hand look at how black-fronted terns and black-billed gulls are being protected in North Canterbury.
Over $1 million has been allocated to targeted biodiversity projects for 2023, including braided river revival projects, wetlands, fish habitat and more.
Funding for targeted weed control and planting of 5750 native plants will benefit Hekeao Hinds River and Limestone Creek.
Biosecurity officer Lauren Piket is training her dog to join her in the field.
We're now taking applications for new members to join one of our four Biosecurity Advisory Groups.
More than 200 properties in Hurunui and Kaikōura will be inspected this month for the presence of Nassella tussock, an invasive plant.