Our Listed Land Use Register has won a second award for excellence in Contaminated Land Management.
News & events
Our Soil Conservation and Revegetation Programme has completed more fencing and planting projects this year.
Our Soil Conservation and Revegetation (SCAR) Programme will help North Canterbury farmers combat erosion.
As the July cold really starts to bite, planning and preparation for intensive winter grazing will benefit farmers and the land greatly in Canterbury.
Environment Canterbury supports a proposal to exclude permanent exotic forests from the Emissions Trading Scheme.
Timaru Boys' High School students spent a day analysing water samples in the Ōpihi catchment.
Northern advisor Makarini Rupene recently took listeners on a journey through the past, present, and future mahinga kai for an online Shed Talk event.
Some important work is happening underground at Te Puna-a-Taka/Lake Clearwater, to provide valuable insights into the health of the water.
The Hakatere / Ashburton River consent review process is making progress, with 61 consent reviews now decided.
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.