The OTOP Water Zone Committee is developing a new action plan that prioritises the projects and activities they believe will have the most on-the-ground impact.
News & events
Applications close on Monday 2 August to join the Regional Water Management Committee. If you're passionate about protecting our wai, we want to hear from you.
Find out more about how much water there is across our region each quarter.
Farmers in Kaikōura who have been working with land management advisor Pete Bradshaw, are feeling prepared for their farm audits.
Whether having a say or getting hands on, all Cantabrians can play a part in helping the region to thrive.
Find out more about Plan Change 7 to the Land & Water Regional Plan (LWRP) and Plan Change 2 to the Waimakariri River Regional Plan and how it may affect you.
Three family-friendly native planting events are being held in July and August along the Ōtūkaikino River in the Waimakariri River Regional Park.
An aerial sampling run of 19 marine coastal sites and two lagoons has produced some astounding images of our region.
Fencing of two tarns (small alpine lakes) and a large wetland has now been completed at Balmoral Station near Lake Takapō/Tekapō.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Lead Kevin Heays updates us on local kōrero, rural recycling, and farm audits in the zone.
The recent Canterbury floods raise questions around the impact of climate change and the need to plan ahead.
A project to restore a section of Twizel River is being considered by the Upper Waitaki Water Zone Committee.