A popular little lake in the Mackenzie Basin, Lake Poaka, is getting some help to reduce invasive trees that are clogging its shoreline and surrounding wetlands.
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Environment Canterbury's communications campaign to introduce the toughest rules around farming won the Marketing Communication PR award.
A project which seeks to use an electric barrier to protect the nationally threatened Canterbury mudfish from predators will be the first of its kind in New Zealand.
Sediment traps, which help reduce erosion and run-off into waterways, can now be installed on farms as part of a catchment-wide consent process in the Kakahu River catchment, near Geraldine.
There’s a significant effort in Canterbury to manage and reduce nitrate levels in groundwater.
More than 80 people took part in a ‘beautiful day’ planting native species at Te Punatarakao wetland on Saturday 19 May.
Actually, tsunamis can happen in lakes too.
The 2017 update to nitrate levels in shallow groundwater across Canterbury shows little change across most districts, with three new high-risk areas and one area that has gone from high…
A proposal to expand an existing quarry has been granted by an independent hearing panel.
Terry Hewitt has had an amazing career but he says he now loves helping farmers comply with environmental regulations. He talked to Tony Benny.
A fire on an 80-metre fishing ship in Timaru Port is contained. Update 1.
Environment Canterbury was called around 8 am Wednesday 4 April about a number of dead eels in Kaputone Creek.