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News & events
A four-year project in Rakaia Gorge will help protect native biodiversity from weed infestation, with impressive progress made already in the first year.
A Bioblitz at Muriwai o Whata/Coopers Lagoon has helped collect important information about the area's species.
Read about the projects the Selwyn Waihora Water Zone Committee is supporting with its Action Plan budget.
Read the latest update on the tuna stranding near Taumutu Beach and Te Waihora.
Part of the windswept Kaitōrete has been cleared of hedgehogs to protect vulnerable wildlife, in a proof of concept that’s thought to be a national first.
Celebrating biodiversity with a Bioblitz at Muriwai o Whata/Coopers Lagoon, a special place of cultural and natural significance.
Celebrate World Wetlands Day by signing up to attend our Bioblitz event at Muriwai o Whata on Saturday 18 February.
The newest members are pleased to bring their skills and experience to the committee table.
A mana whenua-led project involving the construction of a wetland near Ngāti Moki Marae has taken a significant step forward.
A proposed wetland near Coes Ford would be a major environmental win.
Students from two Rolleston schools have been busy during Kids Discovery Plant-out days with Te Taumutu Rūnanga in Te Waihora catchment.