The Selwyn Waihora Water Zone Committee has supported four local projects through their action plan budget.
News & events
New water monitoring equipment will provide some interesting insights into Te Puna-a-Taka/Lake Clearwater lake health.
Environment Canterbury Councillors voted to begin the process of becoming an accredited Living Wage employer.
Celebrating the re-opening of the Lawrie and Wilson Auctioneers heritage building.
Read about the Ashburton Water Zone Committee's recent field trip to Hekeao Hinds.
Controlling the spread of nassella tussock means regularly inspecting your property and taking appropriate action at the right time.
Environment Canterbury has received the decision of the Court of Appeal on its grant of consents for water bottling activities carried out by two companies.
A major planting project at Boat Creek Reserve will create a sanctuary for native species to thrive.
CDEM Group is standing down the Emergency Coordination Centre this afternoon and will be returning to regular monitoring procedures.
Awards to recognise businesses going the extra mile when it comes to stormwater good management practices.
Applications are now open for a contestable fund for community organisations taking action for a better environment in Canterbury.
The Mid-Canterbury Catchment Collective (MCCC) has appointed a coordinator with funding from the Ashburton Water Zone Committee.