Environment Canterbury regional implementation team leader Jennifer Rochford outlines exactly what farmers now need to do to meet water quality standards.
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Science Director Stefanie Rixecker discusses the Canterbury Water Management Strategy and its impact on water protection in Canterbury.
Check out the 'Selwyn Te Waihora – Our water story' booklet. It explains the steps being taken to restore and rejuvenate the Selwyn Waihora Zone, and reiterates that what is...
Immediate Steps is about achieving some quick wins, recognising that our natural ecosystems are the ‘lungs’ of the environment.
There are three sorts of water in our cities and towns – drinking water, wastewater and stormwater.Canterbury is fortunate to have a pure source of drinking water which comes from...
Hear from Dr Tim Davie, and expert panellists as they discuss the state of Te Waihora and the catchment, and what more needs to be done.
South Canterbury farm business people produce food that is consumed across the world and none of this would be possible without water from the Opihi River.
As New Zealanders demand action over the state of the nation’s waterways, Cantabrians are taking an innovative approach in the fight to restore water quality.
Karl Russell has gathered food from the Opihi River for as long as he remembers and he knows the importance of protecting our rivers for future generations.
A cultural land management advisor has been appointed to help farmers near Te Waihora understand and comply with new rules designed to protect mahinga kai.