A North Canterbury farmer benefits from Environment Canterbury's Soil Conservation and Revegetation (SCAR) Programme.
News & events
The community got a first-hand look at how black-fronted terns and black-billed gulls are being protected in North Canterbury.
Read about the changes to the Northern water zone committees, under the recent refresh.
Two swimming sites at Hurunui and Waiau River will be unavailable this summer due to changing flows filling in the swimming holes.
Read A Minute with Marco - Kaikōura zone delivery lead Marco Cataloni’s new monthly column.
More than 200 properties in Hurunui and Kaikōura will be inspected this month for the presence of Nassella tussock, an invasive plant.
Join a field day organised by the Hurunui Biodiversity Trust and us to learn about braided river birds on Wednesday 30 November in the Amuri Basin.
Two recent community propagation workshops for farmers were held in Hinds and Hawarden.
Our Soil Conservation and Revegetation Programme has completed more fencing and planting projects this year.
Read about Environment Canterbury's Soil Conservation and Revegetation (SCAR) Programme.
More than $200,000 across Waimakariri and Hurunui Waiau Uwha has supported water quality, mahinga kai and biodiversity.
Landowners, community groups and agencies are being encouraged to get involved in the second phase of a project on the Hurunui and Waiau Uwha Rivers.