Canterbury farmers are facing a challenging winter and Environment Canterbury is working with industry bodies to offer advice and support.
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On April 21, the independent hearing commissioner released the decision to grant the application, subject to conditions.
Explore Canterbury's public recreational spots with our new online 'StoryMap', which provides accessibility and amenity information for over 900 sites.
Canterbury farmers are some of the most productive and efficient in the country. Find out how Stu has managed his consent process.
Our advice on managing the clean up of the Ōhau Village fire, to minimise environmental impacts.
Dealing with legacy issues (hazardous or contaminated sites) is one of the hardest tasks we face as a regional council.
COVID-relief funding for wilding pines projects is providing a lifeline by employing impacted workers in the hard-hit tourism industry.
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.
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.
Pukeko, freshwater crayfish and eel are set to be protected in a new Kaikōura wetland.