Native fish and bird species who call the Old Orari Lagoon home have been given a boost.
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Eradicating rabbits completely from two lifestyle properties is the big goal of the landowners and the Upper Waitaki Water Zone Committee.
Environment Canterbury biosecurity officials are following hot on the heels of a rogue wallaby sighting near Methven.
Southern black-backed gull control is part of a regular, successful programme that has been ongoing for many years.
Councillor Claire McKay is reflecting on how important it is to work together with different committees and landowners, stakeholders and interested parties.
A mild winter and a moist humid spring/early provide a great season for pasture growth. Unfortunately, undesirable grass species also enjoy these conditions.
Check, clean dry your equipment between waterways to avoid the spread of unwanted freshwater pests including the invasive alga didymo.
The Upper Waitaki Water Zone Committee approved funding to target a pretty looking yet quite invasive weed species as part of biodiversity programme.
A collective volunteer effort saw 78 hectares of Arthur’s Pass covered on a mission to cull the harmful purple pest plant, Russell lupin.
Environment Canterbury today welcomed the signing of a memorandum of understanding to promote the vision of Banks Peninsula being made free of animal pests.
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.