Waimakariri Water Zone Committee Chair Carolyne Latham gives an update from the zone, including some new projects in the works.
News & events
We are proud to display a copy of the 1998 Crown Apology to Ngāi Tahu, recently gifted to us by Waitaha Papatipu Rūnanga.
Two new concessions will be introduced on 1 July, making public transport cheaper for locals.
Alongside the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee, we are supporting three new projects in the district and a set of environmental awards.
The Cass Bay Residents' Association invites you to join its upcoming community planting days.
Our Lower Waitaki Water Zone Committee will continue its support of the Community Native Nursery, with help from local Waitaki students.
Our Youth Rōpū travelled to Wellington to connect with other youth councils and hear from some parliamentary ministers.
We are future-proofing Greater Christchurch by creating a Spatial Plan, which you can give your feedback on by 23 July.
A Next Generation Farming project, supported by us, has helped a Cust farmer by reducing input costs and nitrogen fertiliser use.
The council is committing to public transport fare trial, and continued flood recovery and remediation work for the region, as part of its 2023/24 Annual Plan.
We have released findings from faecal source testing undertaken at Lyttelton Bays/Whakaraupō and Akaroa/Whakaroa earlier this year.
Using synthetic fertilisers more efficiently can help protect water and the environment. Nitrogen limits apply to all grazed land.