Read about how we protect the region's rivers and biodiversity from weed infestation.
News & events
Read Marco Cataloni's latest column about weed control in biodiversity-rich areas and improving water quality in the Middle Creek/Te Wai-o-pātiki catchment.
Read about the successful project reestablishing and protecting the native forest in the Avoca Valley.
The Waipara River has undergone a transformative journey, enhancing flood protection and biodiversity. Find out more about this climate-resilient project.
We have developed a new handbook with our partners to help you understand the risks of wilding pines and how you can remove and replace them on your property.
Hear the latest update on Our Waitarakao - a project to improve the health of the Waitarakao Washdyke Lagoon Catchment in South Canterbury.
Help us control pig's ear. If you spot any pig's ear on your land report a sighting to us.
Read Marco's latest column about safe swimming and boating and the latest biodiversity projects
If you are exploring braided rivers this summer stick to well-formed tracks and avoid areas where birds are nesting.
Lyttelton and Diamond Harbour Primary School have collaborated to enhance a site on Te Pataka o Rakaihautū/Banks Peninsula.
In 2022/23, we delivered 20 environmental projects, collaborating with communities, landowners and rūnanga for habitat protection and regional initiatives.
Flood protection and enhancing biodiversity is at the heart of a three-year work programme we've been carrying out alongside Waitaha rivers.