Farmers have adopted good management practices when setting up winter grazing, to minimise the environmental risks.
News & events
Environment Canterbury has committed to refunding all interest payments made by current and former borrowers in the Healthier Homes Canterbury scheme.
Locals enjoy sharing their stories and ideas to help plan for the future of Washdyke Waitarakao Lagoon and its catchment.
A predator control programme is increasing the odds of breeding success for black-billed gull/tarāpuka on the Charwell River.
Construction of a 48km wallaby exclusion fence is the latest development in South Canterbury’s war on wallabies.
A busy cruise ship season has had an impact on Canterbury residents and put pressure on our public transport system from Lyttelton into the city centre.
Chair Peter Scott shares his disappointment over the Government's decision to not fund a flood prevention plan.
A community hangi at Ōmarama was a chance for people to enjoy delicious kai and chat to local water zone committee members.
Stay up to date on Wongan Hills' consent application for proposed farming activity at Kaituna Valley.
A four-year project in Rakaia Gorge will help protect native biodiversity from weed infestation, with impressive progress made already in the first year.
The Orbiter bus will resume its regular timetable on July 3, signalling the end of the driver shortage.
Walking and biking trails and ornamental trees in Lake Tekapo/Takapō Regional Park will be protected during an upcoming removal of pest pine trees.