We are working closely with Hurunui District Council to manage the Amberley tyre stockpile where a large fire broke out recently.
News & events
A husband and wife Kaikōura dairy farming duo are planting to protect recreation and biodiversity values for future generations.
Kaikōura Plains Recovery Project has worked with staff and local landowners post-quake, identifying and managing significantly wet areas on-farm.
Banks Peninsula farmers discuss how native and exotic forestry can be incorporated within the farm landscape to complement their current operations.
More than 40 consent reviews for water takes near the Hakatere River have been granted, as new monitoring stations provide a clearer picture on availability.
The latest LAWA data shows little change in water quality for Canterbury's rivers over the last 10 years.
Need help with your winter grazing? Here are some tips for what you should be thinking about on farm mid-winter.
Canterbury farmers without a land use consent to farm are being asked to check if they need consent, and if necessary, to apply now.
Dan Turner is our new southern zones resource management officer, meaning he's our eyes and ears on the ground. Find out about his interesting previous jobs.
All new planting plans need local and regional council approval, to make sure the land, plan and plants are suitable for planting.
We have released new guidelines for Farm Environment Plan auditors regarding winter forage crop grazing and wet weather management.
The Soil Conservation and Regeneration (SCAR) programme, which aims to support landowners with erosion-prone land, has completed its first year.