No matter what you’re doing in or around our rivers this summer season, be aware of weather forecasts and, if in doubt, keep out.
News & events
On Friday 1 September, we responded to a discharge to a waterway, Saltwater Creek, North Canterbury. Read the latest update.
Members of our Youth Rōpū held a successful planting event in the Waimakariri River Regional Park to celebrate Conservation Week.
A mahinga kai field trip recently held at three spots along the Cust catchment in Waimakariri highlighted the importance of our natural resources.
Swannanoa local Andrew Gilchrist found that creating an Integrated Farm Plan helped him with the business and people side of his family-operated farm.
Get your thumbs green and join us to restore our region's biodiversity at the upcoming Waimakariri River planting days at Rock Spur/Lorimas.
Read about this Waimakariri farmer's innovative herd refining method, part of a Next Generation Farming project.
Noise can impact our enjoyment within Greater Christchurch and it is important to ensure any nuisance noise effects are well managed.
Waimakariri Water Zone Committee Chair Carolyne Latham gives an update from the zone, including some new projects in the works.
Alongside the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee, we are supporting three new projects in the district and a set of environmental awards.
A Next Generation Farming project, supported by us, has helped a Cust farmer by reducing input costs and nitrogen fertiliser use.
Kaikōura and Hurunui Waiau Uwha zone delivery lead Marco Cataloni updates us on the SCAR Programme and provides a grape marc storage reminder.