Farmers in the Omarama area will get to ask questions about changes to farming land use consent rules at an upcoming briefing on 22 March 2019.
News & events
A report into Environment Canterbury’s 2017 greenhouse gas emissions has shown the tangible ways in which the organisation has reduced its level of emissions.
Burgess’s Stream, near Eyreton, has been identified as a focus area for the first stage of Waimakariri Irrigation Limited’s (WIL).
Christchurch has plenty of freshwater, both for now, and for future generations. We know this because scientists have been researching the freshwater aquifers.
The invention that won Julia Christensen Environment Canterbury's Wrybill Award last year was officially launched last weekend.
Implementation of a non-native predatory fish barrier at Haldon Pasture to protect the endangered Canterbury Mudfish (kōwaro) is underway.
A community forum in Twizel highlighted how the five agencies with statutory responsibilities in the region had become more aligned in protecting the Mackenzie.
Overseas visitors as well as locals are playing their part to clear weeds and make way for natives in Kaikoura.
The summer breeding season of 2018/19 has drawn to a close for the rare black-billed gull.
Concern around the discovery of four dead birds in Southshore, where controlled spraying occurred, is highly unlikely to be related
Looking after the environment is essential for Selwyn farmer Tony Dodunski. An independent check shows he’s well on the way to achieving sustainable farming.
Timaru public response to on-demand public transport service has been cautiously optimistic.