Students from two Rolleston schools have been busy during Kids Discovery Plant-out days with Te Taumutu Rūnanga in Te Waihora catchment.
News & events
The Selwyn Waihora Water Zone Committee has supported four local projects through their action plan budget.
A major planting project at Boat Creek Reserve will create a sanctuary for native species to thrive.
Scientists are working to re-establish submerged vegetation that once dominated Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.
A Banks Peninsula trapping project is helping protect precious biodiversity on Kaitōrete.
Do your bit to be a Stormwater Superhero - and help keep baddies out of our waterways.
The Whakaora Te Waikēkēwai project was officially launched at an open day showcasing five restoration projects underway in the Te Waikēkēwai catchment.
Applications close 30 May: Learn about what a Canterbury water zone committee is and how they support projects in their zones.
Invasive weeds are being targeted through a four year project in Rakaia Gorge.
A collaborative project in Windwhistle will help preserve and protect a variety of species on a precious bluff.
Is your irrigation system operating as efficiently as it should be? Learn some tips about water management from our zone delivery lead, Gill.
Read about the effort these Canterbury landowners went to in order to protect skinks on their property.