We have taken too much from our environment and we must start giving back, says Waimakariri Water Zone Committee Chair Michael Blackwell.
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An educational campaign in Cashmere and the Port Hills is raising awareness for the negative effects sediment has on local waterways.
Mount Lawry Station in the Canterbury foothills has received a funding boost to help protect its native biodiversity which includes beech forest and wetlands.
Community, industry and regional government are working together to restore native biodiversity values to a stream in the Ashburton region.
Ōtūkaikino River is undergoing a makeover, courtesy of biodiversity funding and hard work from our partner organisations.
Kaikōura Zone Delivery Manager Kevin Heays explains why farmers using grape marc must have consent to do so.
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.
With World Wetlands Day upon us, the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee recommends biodiversity funding for two significant wetland-related projects.
Ashburton Water Zone Committee Chair William Thomas looks back on 2020 and outlines the challenges the Committee will face in 2021.
The Goughs Bay ‘Haley fence’ project will receive more than $15,000 of Immediate Steps (IMS) biodiversity funding to allow native forest to regenerate.
It only takes a small amount of poo to pollute a whole swimming area and ruin a lot of people’s summer holidays.