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Community, industry and regional government are working together to restore native biodiversity values to a stream in the Ashburton region.
Environment Canterbury welcomed the signing of the Community Waterways Partnership to ensure a collaborative effort to work toward improving urban waterways.
Kaikōura Water Zone Committee Chair Ted Howard updates us on the first meeting of the year for the water zone committee.
Ashburton Water Zone Committee Chair William Thomas talks about his visit to Lake Clearwater and the challenge of preserving our high-country environment.
Over a period of more than 100 years, the Waitarakao lagoon has deteriorated. Find out more about the history of the lagoon and how it can be protected.
The Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora Water Zone Committee recommended $14,000 of biodiversity funding be used to protect ancient Māori rock art.
The Upper Waitaki Water Zone Committee recommended $5000 of biodiversity funding be used to achieve the Lake Alexandrina Conservation Trust's planting goals.
Montegues wetland in Kaikōura has undergone some extreme restoration recently, with dedicated landowners leading the way.
A three-year programme of flood protection work kicks off with Kaiapoi rock works. Find out more about the history of flood protection in the Kaiapoi region.
Urban rivers and streams play an essential role in our health and wellbeing, and protecting and enhancing their health is equally as important.
Keagan Hopper is a recreational water monitoring student with us this year. He recounted a recent trip to North Canterbury for a day of testing.