Environment Canterbury Pollution Prevention Advisor Nick Moody was granted one of two Personal Development Awards in 2016 to attend Aoraki Bound.
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Environment Canterbury Chief Scientist Tim Davie explains why tuna (freshwater eels) have become stranded in the Selwyn River and why flows are so low.
Enhancement of the native vegetation cover has improved the habitat for native fish and waterfowl at St Anne’s Lagoon/Mata Kopae.
This video covers the latest project to support this restoration work; a reticulation system to support young native plants along the Kahukunu awa.
The co-governors of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere today welcomed the Government’s recent decisions on tuna (eel) stocks in the lake.
The Canterbury Water Regional Committee today welcomed the Government’s decisions to separate management of longfin and shortfin eel (tuna) stocks.
Tutaepatu Lagoon near Woodend Beach is being transformed from a weed-infested waterway into an indigenous coastal ecosystem.
A community information panel was unveiled at Waitarakao (Washdyke Lagoon) this week.