A remarkable one-eyed scent detection dog is training to sniff out African love grass and assist our pest surveillance programme.
News & events
Environment Canterbury and Wilding Free Mackenzie are working together with local volunteers to stop the spread of wilding conifers in the Mackenzie Basin.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Manager Kevin Heays updates us on a pest control project happening at the Waiau Toa/Clarence river mouth.
Three sites across the Kaikōura Plains have been targeted for weed control work, to protect some of the last remaining native bush pockets in the area.
A husband and wife Kaikōura dairy farming duo are planting to protect recreation and biodiversity values for future generations.
Do your bit this summer to 'Check, Clean, Dry' and help stop the spread of unwanted freshwater pests.
Biosecurity and pest management are our key responsibilities, and working with a range of agencies and the community is key to making progress in this space.
Outstanding services to the environment over several years were acknowledged with awards to three people at yesterday’s Environment Canterbury council meeting.
A recent funding boost will help local, regional and national stakeholders protect Waiau Toa/Clarence River's bird habitat and rare plant species.
Canterbury is to receive $17 million to tackle 400,000ha of wilding pines, generating 171 new jobs and continuing the fight against this invasive pest.
Conservation week saw NCTIR teaming up with our staff in Kaikōura to carry out some weed busting work at one of the district's wetlands.
Funded by the National Wilding Conifer Control Programme (NWCCP), work will begin shortly to remove invasive wilding pine infestations on the Benmore Peninsula.