Ashburton's 4x4 community now has a place to enjoy their favourite pastime without potentially disturbing wildlife in the Hakatere / Ashburton River
News & events
We investigate one of the world’s few, unique braided rivers, and uncover the stories of some of the people connected to this essential waterway.
Environment Canterbury is reviewing about 90 consents in the Hakatere/Ashburton River catchment to help achieve the community’s vision for the river.
A community meeting was held to generate feedback on a discussion document to develop an Hakatere/Ashburton River Mouth Management Strategy.
Thanks to a group of dedicated volunteers, the future looks great for nine-hectare Staveley Camp Forest forest in Mid-Canterbury.
Environment Canterbury land management advisor Lachie Ashton has spent his career pursuing his dream of owning a high-country station.
The summer breeding season of 2018/19 has drawn to a close for the rare black-billed gull.
Environment Canterbury recently undertook a survey to get feedback from users of the Ashburton River/Hakatere to help develop a management strategy
The Ashburton Water Zone Committee is welcoming an increase in the monitoring of land-use practices that can affect community drinking supplies.
Water quality in Hinds Plains streams has been given a helping hand thanks to the work of landowners and scientists from the University of Canterbury.
A community trust is being set up to progress long-term managed aquifer recharge (MAR) in Mid Canterbury.
Since early last year, farmers across Canterbury have been working with Environment Canterbury staff as part of its ‘Farming to Limits’ programme.