Read the latest from Waimakariri Water Zone Committee chair Michael Blackwell.
News & events
A weed control programme surrounding the Kaiapoi River helps protect īnanga/whitebait and rare, native manu/birds like the matuku-hūrepo/Australasian bittern.
The Rangiora Reach Masterplan ensures cohesive and clearly communicated landscape planning for a section of the Ashley River/Rakahuri.
Read about the changes to the Northern water zone committees, under the recent refresh.
When there's a nor-wester, our alpine rivers can flood without warning, even on sunny days.
A collaborative planting project is seeing 7,000 plants being installed across eight different sites in the district.
Four generations have worked to control invasive weeds and restore native trees in Glentui. Now, an Environment Canterbury project continues the kaitiaki work.
Read about Dr Judith Roper-Lindsay and Wendy Main and their time on the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee.
CityCare Property, share their mahi challenges, motivations and hopes for the future of the Waimakariri River weed control and planting project.
Rubbish dumping is a large and costly problem, so we’re asking people to do the right thing with their rubbish.
On Sunday 2 October, we will host a family fun day to launch a new pump track and drag strip at McLeans Island.
Join us on Saturday 24 September at the Ashley River/Rakahuri for a community planting day.