We're investing $500,000 in controlling weeds on some Kaikōura river berms.
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There are multiple projects taking place in Kaikōura with a focus on engagement and on-the-ground action.
A major planting project at Boat Creek Reserve will create a sanctuary for native species to thrive.
Applications are now open for a contestable fund for community organisations taking action for a better environment in Canterbury.
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.
Weed control work is helping enhance habitat along the Clearwater reach of the Ōtūkaikino River.
More than $200,000 across Waimakariri and Hurunui Waiau Uwha has supported water quality, mahinga kai and biodiversity.
A pest control project will reduce predation and help increase the cover of native trees and plants.
A major planting project on the Port Hills will provide habitat for precious bird and animal species.
It's time for central government to share the financial load of flood protection work.
Stopbank works along the Mason and Waiau Uwha rivers have improved the level of flood protection to Waiau township.