New water monitoring equipment will provide some interesting insights into Te Puna-a-Taka/Lake Clearwater lake health.
News & events
Read about the Ashburton Water Zone Committee's recent field trip to Hekeao Hinds.
The Mid-Canterbury Catchment Collective (MCCC) has appointed a coordinator with funding from the Ashburton Water Zone Committee.
Applications close 30 May: Learn about what a Canterbury water zone committee is and how they support projects in their zones.
Some important work is happening underground at Te Puna-a-Taka / Lake Clearwater, to provide valuable insights into the health of the water.
Heading to the Ashburton/Ōtuwharekai lakes this summer? Keep an eye out for warning buoys that signal important monitoring equipment is nearby.
A recent field trip to Clareview’s regenerative farm system highlights the importance of pasture and how choosing the right mixture can improve soil health.
A research project about historical land use in the Ashburton district builds a better picture of how land has been used in the past.
The Ashburton Water Zone Committee welcomes Adi Avnit, Clare Buchanan and Sidinei Teixera.
The Ashburton Lakes/Ōtuwharekai are in danger of flipping due to an increase in nutrients in the water.
Ashburton Water Zone Committee Chair William Thomas talks about the Committee's three-year action plan and welcomes new members.
A new report has found that significant reductions in nutrient loads will be required to preserve water quality in the Ashburton Ōtuwharekai lakes.