A youth-led group planted 418 native trees, including kōwhai, kahikatea and tī kōuka, in Waimakariri River Regional Park during a recent planting event.
News & events
Students from two Rolleston schools have been busy during Kids Discovery Plant-out days with Te Taumutu Rūnanga in Te Waihora catchment.
Flows in the lower Waitaki River are expected to run significantly higher than normal while spill flows from the storage lakes are released.
We have shared our findings on what caused the discolouration of Timaru’s drinking water in late 2021.
The Canterbury Mayoral Forum has released its updated wellbeing overview, a fantastic document that will be a valuable resource over the next three years.
Our Listed Land Use Register has won a second award for excellence in Contaminated Land Management.
Two recent community propagation workshops for farmers were held in Hinds and Hawarden.
Environment Canterbury has released two new reports on groundwater quality in the region.
Our Soil Conservation and Revegetation Programme has completed more fencing and planting projects this year.
The Orari River Protection Group from Geraldine were proud recipients of the Waitaha Action to Impact Fund in 2021.
New rules in the Canterbury Land and Water Regional Plan will see more water kept in the Hakatere/Ashburton River.
New monitoring equipment will provide useful insights into the health of Lake Benmore.