The Ashburton Lakes/Ō Tū Wharekai are in danger of flipping due to an increase in nutrients in the water.
News & events
Consent renewal for the third of three irrigation schemes in mid Canterbury has been granted. Find out more about the decisions and the consent conditions.
A community-driven project in Kaikōura hopes to boost the number of native bird species in the area, by eliminating the pests targeting them.
Read Lucy Millars', Chair OTOP Water Zone Committee, September update about groundwater trends and what the next steps are for the committee.
Applications for our new fund to support community organisations doing environmental work close at 10.00am on Monday 11 October. So don’t delay, apply now.
Drylands provide habitat for a range of specialised native insects and plant species. Protecting them is a priority for the Christchurch West Melton Water Zone.
Soil Conservation and Revegetation project (SCAR project) promotes soil stabilisation and improves soil management in areas subject to erosion and high winds.
Environment Canterbury has welcomed the latest river water quality assessment from LAWA.
Retired principal, John Cruden, is looking forward to bringing his scientific knowledge to the Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora (OTOP) Water Zone Committee table.
Upper Waitaki Water Zone Committee Chair, Simon Cameron shares the zone committee's goal for this summer.
Engaging communities - new fund launched to support community organisations and their environmental projects.
Selwyn Waihora Zone Delivery Lead Gill Jenkins has an update on sediment and stormwater, and thanks local landowners for supporting our mahi in the zone.