We have expanded our focus on online marketplaces to educate traders as the sale of pest plants has begun rising on these platforms.
News & events
Our Reporting Back hub is a new way we are presenting the progress we are making. Highlights this quarter are youth representation, pest monitoring, and buses.
Our office at Tuam Street is the first in the country to win three environmental performance certifications, setting a benchmark in sustainable office spaces.
In a big win for the region's biosecurity, what is believed to be the last remaining rook in Canterbury was found and killed recently.
A new monitoring tool has shown our biodiversity projects to be long-term successes.
Treasure trove of historical water data will show how agricultural changes over the last century have affected water quality.
We can now announce our new and returning Biosecurity Advisory Group members after an extensive selection process.
Illegal dumping is rife across the region and it’s not just the inorganic items that are putting our flood protection, biodiversity and water health at risk.
We have been given $2 million to support farmers with erosion-prone land across North Canterbury as part of our SCAR programme.
Grape marc is the solid waste left over from processing grapes into wine. Popular as stock feed and high in nutrients, consent is required to store it.
Discover how mātauraka Māori (Māori knowledge) relates to farmers, and how we monitor the health of the Cust River catchment.
We are pleased to announce that Oscar Bloom and Alice Docking have joined the Regional Leadership, Climate and Community Resilience Committee as youth members.