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.
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Treasure trove of historical water data will show how agricultural changes over the last century have affected water quality.
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.
More than 20 farmers attended a biodiversity and regulations workshop in Culverden, which was a chance for them to ask us questions one-to-one.
We are undertaking two flights in both the Waimakariri and Ashburton regions this year, supporting farmers with winter grazing preparation and execution.
Our Flood Protection Recovery Manager Shaun McCracken says we need to rethink our relationship with rivers.
With artificial intelligence taking the internet by storm in recent months, our biosecurity team have taken the first steps to use it to identify pest plants.
Burning/burying farm plastics can cause ongoing issues, which is why its important to recycle farm plastic. Find out how to do this in Kaikōura
Environment Canterbury is recommending several cost-effective and efficient practices farmers can adopt to reduce nitrogen loss.
A council-run rural water supply near Waimate has been impacted by high nitrate concentrations and is not meeting drinking water standards.
A review of efforts to address water quality issues in the Hinds catchment is a chance to celebrate, and 're-set'.