Environment Canterbury today welcomed the signing of a memorandum of understanding to promote the vision of Banks Peninsula being made free of animal pests.
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Important questions still need to be answered around how landowners can be enabled to best protect riverbeds, writes Hurunui Waiau Zone committee chairman John
To boost the population of rare and threatened bird species control work is starting this week to reduce the numbers of southern black backed gulls.
Since 2015 Environment Canterbury’s water quality, ecology and biodiversity teams have been investigating the effects of stock exclusion on Bignose galaxiids.
Environment Canterbury today announced the results of its release programme for the new rabbit haemorrhagic virus disease strain, RHDV1 K5.
The fight to eradicate damaging plant pest spartina from the region continues.
Taking on the Waiau Toa/Clarence River Weed and Pest Management project is destined to be a career highlight for Kaikōura biosecurity officer Jan Crooks.
Funding for the Dagnum dryland area at Burnt Hill aims to protect one of the best dryland areas of its type left in the Waimakariri zone.
The new Canterbury Regional Pest Management Plan commenced on 1 July 2018.
A popular little lake in the Mackenzie Basin, Lake Poaka, is getting some help to reduce invasive trees that are clogging its shoreline and surrounding wetlands.
Predator Deadpool 2018: What's on the list…
Feral cats, hedgehogs, ferrets. They may look cute and fluffy, but they are among a number of predators killing the
With duck shooting season starting on Saturday May 5, Environment Canterbury and the Ministry for Primary Industries are reminding everyone in the Canterbury region of the importance of cleaning their...