Lyttelton and Diamond Harbour Primary School have collaborated to enhance a site on Te Pataka o Rakaihautū/Banks Peninsula.
News & events
In 2022/23, we delivered 20 environmental projects, collaborating with communities, landowners and rūnanga for habitat protection and regional initiatives.
A community trapping project in Ashburton will help protect native bird species.
Weed and pest control in the Waiau Toa/Clarence River area were hot topics at a community discussion which included local farmers and environmental agencies.
Join our public meeting on 27 September, to tackle the Pig's Ear invasion in Akaroa and the bays.
The construction of a new fence designed to keep wallabies out of the Mackenzie Basin is advancing well.
Read Kaikōura and Hurunui Waiau Uwha zone delivery lead Marco Cataloni's latest column.
A collaborative project has enabled a free cat desexing service to help protect our native bird life.
Alongside the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee, we are supporting three new projects in the district and a set of environmental awards.
Kaikōura locals learned weed removal tactics in Hāpuku catchment at a workshop that included resources, demonstrations, and hands-on practice.
Construction of a 48km wallaby exclusion fence is the latest development in South Canterbury’s war on wallabies.
A four-year project in Rakaia Gorge will help protect native biodiversity from weed infestation, with impressive progress made already in the first year.