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News & events
Controlling the spread of nassella tussock means regularly inspecting your property and taking appropriate action at the right time.
A Banks Peninsula trapping project is helping protect precious biodiversity on Kaitōrete.
Native vegetation is regenerating on the hillsides surrounding Pigeon Bay, following efforts to control sycamore.
Landowners, community groups and agencies are being encouraged to get involved in the second phase of a project on the Hurunui and Waiau Uwha Rivers.
Join us to see live nassella tussock plants, learn how to identify them in the field, and how to prevent the spread of pests onto your property.
Invasive weeds are being targeted through a four year project in Rakaia Gorge.
A pest control project will reduce predation and help increase the cover of native trees and plants.
Alongside efforts encouraging people to report wallaby sightings, a new video has been released about the serious damage these pests cause to our environment.
Myrtle rust has been discovered on the Chatham Islands which could affect garden plants. Know what to look out for and what to do.
A collaborative project in Windwhistle will help preserve and protect a variety of species on a precious bluff.
Read about two of our summer students who have been working in Kaikōura, their experiences, and the hard mahi they have done.