A refreshing revisit to Lyell Creek/Waikoau is underway to bring the creek back to life and life back to the creek - and we need your help.
News & events
A planting day led by a Kaikōura dairy farmer has seen massive environmental benefits to his farm and the Lyell Creek.
A research project has found the most common potential source of soil contamination in North Canterbury is old sheep dips.
Farmers in Hurunui and Kaikōura with erosion-prone land are eligible for funding to help reduce the movement of sediment down hillsides and into waterways.
More than a decade of conservation work has resulted in a Kaikōura farmer working towards establishing a significant restored wetland.
Kaikōura's newest breed of farmers are shaking up the way things are traditionally done on-farm, showing the way for improving water quality.
About 60 Kaikōura locals took to the streets, creeks and beach foreshore recently to pick rubbish up, contributing to the health of the community's waterways.
The Waihinaunui stream has received ongoing assistance from Whitby Place resident Roger Dempsey, who has taken it upon himself to beautify the urban stream.
Jen Coombes talks about successful actions from volunteering.
Shedding light on fresh water mātaitai reserves and the importance of protecting them.
Overseas visitors as well as locals are playing their part to clear weeds and make way for natives in Kaikoura.
Makarini Rupene-Cultural Land Management Advisor about passing on of knowledge/matauranga to the greater community.