Environment Canterbury welcomes the latest river and lake water quality assessment from Land, Air, Water Aotearoa (LAWA).
News & events
The Te Waihora Co-Governance partners have launched a new website.
Two recent community propagation workshops for farmers were held in Hinds and Hawarden.
As the July cold really starts to bite, planning and preparation for intensive winter grazing will benefit farmers and the land greatly in Canterbury.
Weed control work is helping enhance habitat along the Clearwater reach of the Ōtūkaikino River.
Do your bit to be a Stormwater Superhero - and help keep baddies out of our waterways.
Collaboration between landowners, community, and agencies is seeing continued protection and enhancement in the braided Clarence River/Waiau Toa.
Read below about how Fonterra is helping farms in the Waimakariri District.
Read about the effort these Canterbury landowners went to in order to protect skinks on their property.
Clearing land has significantly diminished Kaikōura's local stock of mānuka. Kaikōura zone delivery lead Kevin Heays shares why the species is so special.
Read about View Hill School children's involvement in this Canterbury mudfish project.
Industry funding for two Kaikōura farms means a waterway is protected from its spring source, to its confluence with the Kahutara River.