Planting to enhance native vegetation beside the Waimakariri River is creating a “corridor” for native birds and improving biodiversity.
News & events
Join Sustainable Coastlines and Environment Canterbury for a planting day at the Waimakariri River on Saturday, September 21.
The Willows park was officially opened and Mayor Broughton spoke about the importance of having such a space in the Selwyn region.
Thanks to a group of dedicated volunteers, the future looks great for nine-hectare Staveley Camp Forest forest in Mid-Canterbury.
Environment Canterbury is reminding people to check the conditions before heading to the river given the recent hot weather.
Southern black-backed gull control is part of a regular, successful programme that has been ongoing for many years.
Lake Tekapo Regional Park has a new activity in time for summer – disc golf.
Environment Canterbury and the Department of Conservation are disappointed two black-billed gulls have been shot dead
Environment Canterbury reminds recreational river users to be vigilant while they are out enjoying the rivers over the spring and summer months.
Long before the Waimakariri River became a source of food for Māori, a water supply for farmers and a recreational hotspot for the half-million people living on its borders, it was quite literally a world…