A collaborative project in Windwhistle will help preserve and protect a variety of species on a precious bluff.
News & events
Members of the OTOP Water Zone Committee made the most of the last days of summer to get native plants in the ground at the Taniwha Gully rock art site.
Good management practice, water metering and technology maintenance are all essential to keeping your irrigation system in tip top shape.
Is your irrigation system operating as efficiently as it should be? Learn some tips about water management from our zone delivery lead, Gill.
Heading to the Ashburton/Ōtuwharekai lakes this summer? Keep an eye out for warning buoys that signal important monitoring equipment is nearby.
Environment Canterbury is implementing an interim solution to respond to the Government’s review of Overseer. Find out how this may affect you.
A recent field trip to Clareview’s regenerative farm system highlights the importance of pasture and how choosing the right mixture can improve soil health.
Around 50 industry professionals, farmers, community members and more gathered in Cust to hear about cultural and biodiversity values in the Waimakariri zone.
Summer is just about here and that means irrigation will become more widespread across North Canterbury. Make sure that your irrigator operates correctly.
Council adopts the recommendations of the independent hearing commissioners on Plan Change 7 and Plan Change 2.
Soil Conservation and Revegetation project (SCAR project) promotes soil stabilisation and improves soil management in areas subject to erosion and high winds.
A proposed second stage of weed control and planting at Lynton Downs, Kaikōura will support native forest regeneration within the Kahutara catchment.