35 community groups and organisations around the region have financially benefitted from our Waitaha Action to Impact Fund.
News & events
Kaikōura and Hurunui Waiau Uwha zone delivery lead Marco Cataloni discusses awesome local projects in his latest column.
Environment Canterbury and our partners have made great progress under the National Wilding Conifer Control Programme, but there is still plenty more to do.
A project taking a deep dive into understanding the seabed and marine ecosystems around Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula is underway.
The community got a first-hand look at how black-fronted terns and black-billed gulls are being protected in North Canterbury.
The Rangiora Reach Masterplan ensures cohesive and clearly communicated landscape planning for a section of the Ashley River/Rakahuri.
Read about the newest members of the water zone committee.
Over $1 million has been allocated to targeted biodiversity projects for 2023, including braided river revival projects, wetlands, fish habitat and more.
A collaborative planting project is seeing 7,000 plants being installed across eight different sites in the district.
A weedy stretch of the Ōpihi River will be transformed, allowing people to enjoy nature and learn about the history of the area.
Funding for targeted weed control and planting of 5750 native plants will benefit Hekeao Hinds River and Limestone Creek.
A mana whenua-led project involving the construction of a wetland near Ngāti Moki Marae has taken a significant step forward.