Read about Dr Judith Roper-Lindsay and Wendy Main and their time on the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee.
News & events
Get Outdoors Week is from 12-20 November 2022 and offers a number of exciting events and activities to kick off summer.
More than 200 properties in Hurunui and Kaikōura will be inspected this month for the presence of Nassella tussock, an invasive plant.
CityCare Property, share their mahi challenges, motivations and hopes for the future of the Waimakariri River weed control and planting project.
A proposed wetland near Coes Ford would be a major environmental win.
Illegal rubbish pits can affect soil and water quality - and are costly to clean up.
The first Environment Canterbury Council meeting marked the election of both the Chair and Deputy Chair.
There will be major disruptions to our public bus services on Thursday 27 October from 9am to 3pm.
Join a field day organised by the Hurunui Biodiversity Trust and us to learn about braided river birds on Wednesday 30 November in the Amuri Basin.
Environment Canterbury is pleased to announce a wage increase for public bus drivers across Canterbury.
Canterbury has been announced as the first region to roll out a new way of paying for public transport anywhere in New Zealand.
The Hakataramea Sustainability Collective will run a three-year biodiversity education project, led by intermediate students in the Waitaki Valley.