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Environment Canterbury is to appeal the December 2018 High Court decision, Dewhirst Land Company Ltd v Canterbury Regional Council, to the Court of Appeal.
Environment Canterbury has announced that the Nutrient Management and Waitaki Plan Change, Plan Change 5 to the Land & Water Regional Plan, is operative.
Thirty demonstration wetlands in Canterbury are to receive government support as part of the latest round of funding from the Sustainable Farming Fund.
Our iconic braided rivers are unique in the world – only seen in a few other places – and are an integral part of the landscape that Cantabrians feel passionate
A denitrification wall pilot project at Silverstream Reserve led by EDR is showing positive results after three weeks.
A joint infiltration trial being carried out by Environment Canterbury and Waimakariri Irrigation Limited (WIL) near Silverstream is proving successful with over 80 litres per second reaching the aquifer via...
The hard work protecting threatened river birds along the Ashley-Rakahuri River has paid off for the Ashley Rakahuri Rivercare Group (ARRG).
A beautiful and carnivorous native plant is thriving in a Mackenzie country lake that’s undergoing a project to improve its biodiversity.
Councillor Claire McKay is reflecting on how important it is to work together with different committees and landowners, stakeholders and interested parties.
Two new swimming holes will provide plenty of summer fun, with the first to be completed at the Balmoral Recreation Reserve, north of the Hurunui River.
Environment Canterbury has set targets for swimmable lakes and rivers. The Canterbury targets are for 92 percent of rivers and 81 percent of lakes being swimmable by 2030.