Soil Conservation and Revegetation project (SCAR project) promotes soil stabilisation and improves soil management in areas subject to erosion and high winds.
News & events
A proposed second stage of weed control and planting at Lynton Downs, Kaikōura will support native forest regeneration within the Kahutara catchment.
Find out about the review of the Overseer tool and how this could impact the way we manage our waterways.
The Ahuriri catchment in Twizel is benefitting from passionate local farmers and their will to improve water quality.
Find out more about how much water there is across our region each quarter.
Fencing of two tarns (small alpine lakes) and a large wetland has now been completed at Balmoral Station near Lake Takapō/Tekapō.
Leo Fietje has spent years helping farmers, scientists and planners work together for a better environment. Learn more about the time he spent working for us.
Canterbury farmers are facing a challenging winter and Environment Canterbury is working with industry bodies to offer advice and support.
Find the latest updates on rainfall, river flow and key roading updates across the region.
A QEII covenant and funding from Fonterra is helping to protect one of the best examples of a coastal scarp wetland in Kaikōura.
Although it's open fire season in Canterbury, you must still follow our burning rules and check it's alright before you light.
If you have a current consent to take water and are required to submit water use data, you'll be receiving an invoice from us shortly.