A 42-hectare remnant of the native forest in Banks Peninsula has been protected and will continue to support native wildlife thanks to a farmer-led effort.
News & events
The Waimakariri Water Zone Committee is delighted to welcome two new community members to the committee, Ms. Wendy Main and Ms. Erin Harvie.
Environment Canterbury received a new legal claim from Forest and Bird relating to water zone committees.
Third generation Cust farmer Roscoe Taggart believes that continuous innovation is vital for sustainable arable farming.
Work has begun on a restoration project with 15 Fernside landowners joining forces to improve the water quality of the stream.
A word from Arapata Reuben, Christchurch West Melton Chair, on the success of lasts months field trip, the Storminator™ project and sustainable farming methods.
John Cooke joined the Waimakariri Zone Committee as a Ngāi Tūāhuriri representative to improve the quality of local waterways and protect mahinga kai.
The Upper Waitaki Water Zone Committee held a meeting at Lake Middleton and discovered its value for recreation and biodiversity.
Zone committee focusing on priority catchment areas to address water challenges.
Jen Coombes talks about successful actions from volunteering.
David Ashby joined the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee to encourage fellow farmers to consider the environment when making decisions on-farm.
A deep-seated desire to improve his local river prompted Flaxton resident Michael Blackwell to join the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee.