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News & events
Respect the environment when enjoying the water - spread the Love Our Lakes message this summer.
We've planted close to 50,000 willows across South Canterbury rivers, increasing safety and resilience for our river communities in the face of climate change.
A community hangi at Ōmarama was a chance for people to enjoy delicious kai and chat to local water zone committee members.
Chef Al Brown joined our staff and the Wilding Free Mackenzie Trust for a volunteer day to remove wilding pines in the Mackenzie area.
Work is underway to ensure the highway between Twizel and Ōmarama stays beautiful and rubbish is removed from unsightly borrow pits.
The water zone committee has been updated on the water quality of Waitaki lakes.
Residents in Lake Ōhau village have grown native seedlings as part of the area’s regeneration project in the wake of the devastating wildfire in 2020.
Several tracks between the townships of Twizel and Tekapo are damaged following severe weather throughout July and August.
New monitoring equipment will provide useful insights into the health of Lake Benmore.
If you live in the Twizel area, register your interest by 19 August to remove wilding conifers from your property.
The Upper Waitaki Water Zone Committee has supported local projects through their action plan budget.