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Farmers in the Omarama area will get to ask questions about changes to farming land use consent rules at an upcoming briefing on 22 March 2019.
While rightly held to account for addressing the region’s water issues, Environment Canterbury and the public can do without the continued untruths.
Burgess’s Stream, near Eyreton, has been identified as a focus area for the first stage of Waimakariri Irrigation Limited’s (WIL).
Christchurch has plenty of freshwater, both for now, and for future generations. We know this because scientists have been researching the freshwater aquifers.
Canterbury farmers are encouraged to ensure their irrigation systems only water within their property boundaries and not the roads.
Implementation of a non-native predatory fish barrier at Haldon Pasture to protect the endangered Canterbury Mudfish (kōwaro) is underway.
While her friends worked in retail over the summer, Ariana Painter spent her summer working in Canterbury's great outdoors.
Environment Canterbury recently undertook a survey to get feedback from users of the Ashburton River/Hakatere to help develop a management strategy
Connecting people with different lifestyles is vital for breaking down the rural-urban divide, according to Eyrewell farmer Michelle Maginness.
A survey was conducted to find out what is important to local and visiting recreational users.
Environment Canterbury is to appeal the December 2018 High Court decision, Dewhirst Land Company Ltd v Canterbury Regional Council, to the Court of Appeal.