On Thursday 14th September we welcomed Greenpeace into the Tuam Street building. Councillor Iaean Cranwell greeted the group and staff sang our waiata in welcome.
News & events
Otematata Wetlands Walkway restoration project gets new funding's through Environments Canterbury Immediate steps programme.
More than 4000 native plants have been planted along the Ohapi Creek waterway to help safeguard the water quality of the creek and improve the habitat for native species, as…
A popular recreational area on South Canterbury’s Waihao River, the Black Hole, is to undergo a collaborative restoration project to improve its water quality.
New thermal detection technology is being used to help track down Bennett's wallabies, one of the most problematic introduced pests in South Canterbury.
Timaru’s Saltwater Creek is well-known to locals as a great spot for a walk or a bike ride and is home to the local rowing club, as well as native…
There are not many left, so you are lucky if you have! Check out this short video to find out more. . .
Environment Canterbury announced that it will be seeking permission on behalf of a co-ordinating group to release a new variant of rabbit haemorrhagic disease.
Environment Canterbury announced the way new funding for wilding conifer control would be allocated and administered in the region.
Environment Canterbury welcomed the announcement by the Otago Regional Council allocating $273,000 for a programme targeting reduction of Bennett's wallaby
Farmers have completed more than 2000 metres of stock proof fencing to protect biodiversity values on a mixed sheep and beef farm they own.
Pest trapping, aerial weed monitoring, weta 'motels' and lizard habitats – some of the biodiversity projects students from Lincoln High School are working on.