Read the latest from Waimakariri Water Zone Committee chair Michael Blackwell.
News & events
Four generations have worked to control invasive weeds and restore native trees in Glentui. Now, an Environment Canterbury project continues the kaitiaki work.
Environment Canterbury supports a proposal to exclude permanent exotic forests from the Emissions Trading Scheme.
Timaru Boys' High School students spent a day analysing water samples in the Ōpihi catchment.
Stopbank works along the Mason and Waiau Uwha rivers have improved the level of flood protection to Waiau township.
Leaders from across the South Island are striving to make freight movement greener, and more efficient.
Banks Peninsula landowners are welcoming swift funding relief to help restore biodiversity around their damaged properties.
The Hakatere / Ashburton River consent review process is making progress, with 61 consent reviews now decided.
Timaru will continue to enjoy the flexibility and accessibility of on-demand public transport until at least mid-2024, with funding from Waka Kotahi.
Three independent members have been appointed to contribute valuable knowledge to the Climate Change Action Committee.
Council has approved consultation on their draft Annual Plan for 2022/23. Submissions will be invited during the consultation.
Despite the challenges and hurdles, 2021 was a year of progress.