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News & events
Lyttelton and Diamond Harbour Primary School have collaborated to enhance a site on Te Pataka o Rakaihautū/Banks Peninsula.
Two students from Hagley College won our environmental solution award as part of the Young Enterprise Scheme.
A real-world solution to the problem of microplastics has taken out top honours in our 2023 Wrybill Awards.
Grantlea Downs School students want Te Ahi Tarakihi to become a clean stream again.
Members of our Youth Rōpū held a successful planting event in the Waimakariri River Regional Park to celebrate Conservation Week.
Our Youth Rōpū members are leading the way in building an inter-school enviro network for high school students in Christchurch.
Kaikōura Water Zone Committee chair Ted Howard gives an update from the annual groundwater presentation as well as the importance of community participation.
Our staff recently visited Lake Tekapo School to talk to the tamariki about changes happening in their local park – Takapō Regional Park.
Our Lower Waitaki Water Zone Committee will continue its support of the Community Native Nursery, with help from local Waitaki students.
Our Youth Rōpū travelled to Wellington to connect with other youth councils and hear from some parliamentary ministers.
Our Reporting Back hub is a new way we are presenting the progress we are making. Highlights this quarter are youth representation, pest monitoring, and buses.