Students wowed our judges with their innovative ideas at the NIWA Science and Technology Fair.
News & events
A youth-led group planted 418 native trees, including kōwhai, kahikatea and tī kōuka, in Waimakariri River Regional Park during a recent planting event.
Students from two Rolleston schools have been busy during Kids Discovery Plant-out days with Te Taumutu Rūnanga in Te Waihora catchment.
Te Kōrari, our new People's Panel offers more opportunities for community participation, by way of short online surveys.
Timaru Boys' High School students spent a day analysing water samples in the Ōpihi catchment.
Our Youth Rōpū had a big 2021 and have recently published their annual update, which reflects on their achievements over the last year.
We must ensure youth are engaged, inspired, and empowered to become tomorrow's leaders.
We have some great events lined up for Seaweek 2022 that showcase the importance and diversity of our marine environments.
Lyell Creek / Waikōau in Kaikōura is being utilised as a space to engage learners on waterway biodiversity values and habitat.
Around 50 industry professionals, farmers, community members and more gathered in Cust to hear about cultural and biodiversity values in the Waimakariri zone.
The Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora (OTOP) water zone committee has proudly welcomed its youngest member yet. Find out more about Bailey.
Before this year’s lockdown, students from mid-Canterbury’s Hinds School visited Kaikōura to learn about the local environment and help remove lupin weeds.