A plan is being made to restore the health of Waitarakao Washdyke Lagoon, and we want the community's input.
News & events
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.
Discover how mātauraka Māori (Māori knowledge) relates to farmers, and how we monitor the health of the Cust River catchment.
A Bioblitz at Muriwai o Whata/Coopers Lagoon has helped collect important information about the area's species.
Learn about the importance of mahinga kai and biodiversity within the Hurunui context.
This pop-up information day on 25 February is a chance to chat with those directly involved in initiatives to restore the lakes.
Newly elected chair Peter Scott outlines the challenges and opportunities for the next three years.
A mana whenua-led project involving the construction of a wetland near Ngāti Moki Marae has taken a significant step forward.
The Te Waihora Co-Governance partners have launched a new website.
A law change has cleared the way for two Ngāi Tahu representatives to join the Canterbury Regional Council with full decision-making rights.
New water monitoring equipment will provide some interesting insights into Te Puna-a-Taka/Lake Clearwater lake health.
Scientists are working to re-establish submerged vegetation that once dominated Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.