Biodiversity and land management advisors for Christchurch West Melton and Banks Peninsula, Martin Rutledge and Will Todhunter, talk about their new roles.
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A community-driven project in Kaikōura hopes to boost the number of native bird species in the area, by eliminating the pests targeting them.
Read Lucy Millars', Chair OTOP Water Zone Committee, September update about groundwater trends and what the next steps are for the committee.
Upper Waitaki Water Zone Committee Chair, Simon Cameron shares the zone committee's goal for this summer.
Christchurch West Melton Zone Delivery Lead Ruth Sarson updates us on pollen and pollution this spring.
The Sefton Saltwater Creek Catchment Group is reflecting on its progress as it celebrates its first anniversary.
The Hurunui Waiau Uwha Water Zone Committee visited Smothering Gully recently to see the biodiversity improvements made after 10 years.
Hear from Kaikōura zone delivery lead Kevin Heays as he updates us on outdoor burning during Alert Level 4, the catchment approach, and how to get in touch.
Kaikōura zone delivery lead Kevin Heays updates us on what the team will be focusing on for the rest of the year.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Lead Kevin Heays updates us on local kōrero, rural recycling, and farm audits in the zone.
Three sites across the Kaikōura Plains have been targeted for weed control work, to protect some of the last remaining native bush pockets in the area.
A QEII covenant and funding from Fonterra is helping to protect one of the best examples of a coastal scarp wetland in Kaikōura.