We've planted close to 50,000 willows across South Canterbury rivers, increasing safety and resilience for our river communities in the face of climate change.
News & events
Our Lower Waitaki Water Zone Committee will continue its support of the Community Native Nursery, with help from local Waitaki students.
A council-run rural water supply near Waimate has been impacted by high nitrate concentrations and is not meeting drinking water standards.
The Hakataramea Sustainability Collective will run a three-year biodiversity education project, led by intermediate students in the Waitaki Valley.
Research on historical land use in the Waimate District has been conducted - find out what this means for you.
Join us to see live nassella tussock plants, learn how to identify them in the field, and how to prevent the spread of pests onto your property.
During seaweek, more than 30 people from Waimate came together to collect roughly 60kgs of waste from the beach at Waihao Box Reserve.
Meet the two new faces joining two of the Southern water zone committees.
Regional Land Transport Plan 2021-31 seeks resilience to extreme events and fewer emissions.
Find the latest updates on rainfall, river flow and key roading updates across the region.
Lower Waitaki Water Zone Committee chair Bruce Murphy recounts the group's achievements in the past quarter, including planting days and mahika kai projects.
A dedicated group set upon McCullochs Bridge in Lower Waitaki recently, to plant out the area with about 450 natives.