Lots of great conversations about water quality were had at a recent pop-up day at Te Puna-a-Taka/Lake Clearwater.
News & events
Celebrate World Wetlands Day by signing up to attend our Bioblitz event at Muriwai o Whata on Saturday 18 February.
A project taking a deep dive into understanding the seabed and marine ecosystems around Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula is underway.
Long-term grades for Corsair Bay, Diamond Harbour Beach, Rāpaki Bay, Purau Bay changed to poor prior to this summer. Find out more about water monitoring
The community got a first-hand look at how black-fronted terns and black-billed gulls are being protected in North Canterbury.
Even a small amount of potentially toxic algae can be harmful to your dog, know what to look for to keep your dog safe.
A pop-up information day will be held on the waterfront at Te Puna-a-Taka/Lake Clearwater on Saturday 25 February 2023.
If you’re heading off camping to the southern lakes and rivers, keep up-to-date with weather conditions, especially if you’re choosing a spot close to water.
The water zone committee has been updated on the water quality of Waitaki lakes.
The Rangiora Reach Masterplan ensures cohesive and clearly communicated landscape planning for a section of the Ashley River/Rakahuri.
Check the water quality for over 100 popular swim spots before you get in, to find the latest water quality information.
Two swimming sites at Hurunui and Waiau River will be unavailable this summer due to changing flows filling in the swimming holes.