Kaikōura Water Zone Committee chair Ted Howard gives an update from the annual groundwater presentation as well as the importance of community participation.
News & events
Our Waitaha Action to Impact Fund has opened for its third funding round, with community groups now invited to make an application.
McKinnon's Creek/Ōtakitane is an example of a site undergoing significant restoration work, including planting, to improve water quality.
A mahinga kai field trip recently held at three spots along the Cust catchment in Waimakariri highlighted the importance of our natural resources.
Swannanoa local Andrew Gilchrist found that creating an Integrated Farm Plan helped him with the business and people side of his family-operated farm.
Our staff recently visited Lake Tekapo School to talk to the tamariki about changes happening in their local park – Takapō Regional Park.
A unique, years-long partnership is helping bring biodiversity benefits to the Waiau Toa/Clarence River, one of Aotearoa's few wild braided rivers.
Get your thumbs green and join us to restore our region's biodiversity at the upcoming Waimakariri River planting days at Rock Spur/Lorimas.
A collective commitment was made to address community concerns and prioritise solutions to reduce the impact of cruise ships in Lyttelton.
Read about this Waimakariri farmer's innovative herd refining method, part of a Next Generation Farming project.
From 1 July this year, new minimum flow rules come into effect that will ensure more water stays in the river at times of low flow
Noise can impact our enjoyment within Greater Christchurch and it is important to ensure any nuisance noise effects are well managed.