Biosecurity officer Lauren Piket is training her dog to join her in the field.
News & events
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.
Join a field day organised by the Hurunui Biodiversity Trust and us to learn about braided river birds on Wednesday 30 November in the Amuri Basin.
A new 'trap library' initiative is helping remove pests in Kaikōura.
Join us on Saturday 15 October in Twizel to clear the area of wilding pines and enjoy a free BBQ.
The Orari River Protection Group from Geraldine were proud recipients of the Waitaha Action to Impact Fund in 2021.
If you live in the Twizel area, register your interest by 19 August to remove wilding conifers from your property.
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.