Urban rivers and streams play an essential role in our health and wellbeing, and protecting and enhancing their health is equally as important.
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With World Wetlands Day upon us, the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee recommends biodiversity funding for two significant wetland-related projects.
The Goughs Bay ‘Haley fence’ project will receive more than $15,000 of Immediate Steps (IMS) biodiversity funding to allow native forest to regenerate.
Okains Bay farm benefits from Immediate Steps biodiversity funding to protect native plant and animal species.
A recent funding boost will help local, regional and national stakeholders protect Waiau Toa/Clarence River's bird habitat and rare plant species.
We have adopted the audited Annual Report for the last financial year, 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020.
To improve water quality, reduce erosion and build biodiversity, around 2,500 natives have been planted along Cashmere Stream over the last four years.
Nearly 700 natives have been planted near McCullochs Bridge thanks to a dedicated team of volunteers in Lower Waitaki.
The Waimakariri Water Zone Committee has helped protect four important wetland projects in the zone, thanks to Immediate Steps biodiversity funding.
Immediate Steps funding has allowed Christoph Schacherer to plant over 2,000 native trees, shrubs and flaxes on his Huntsbury Gully block.
The Te Ara Kākāriki Canterbury Greenways Trust held a ceremony at Glentunnel to mark the planting of its 100,000th seedling.
Explore Canterbury’s world-renowned and unique braided rivers by meeting some of the people restoring their mana.