The winners of the Timaru Great Blue Fish Hunt competition have been announced. Congratulations to all entrants for learning about stormwater over the holidays.
News & events
Chair for Banks Peninsula Water Zone Committee, Benita Wakefield, provides a monthly update on what's been happening in the zone.
Erana Riddell, 21, is the first youth to become a full member of a water zone committee in Canterbury. Read on to find out her story.
Three hectares of Balmoral Forest have been planted with natives, thanks to the Hurunui Youth Kaitiakitanga Project.
View the profiles of the inspiring young people that make up our 2020 Youth Rōpū.
Te Ara Kākāriki Greenway Canterbury Trust's vision to create a corridor of native biodiversity in Selwyn is one shared by the wider community.
Regional winners at the 2019 Science Fair recently got the chance to present their projects to our Councillors and staff, with an overall winner crowned.
Budding young scientists in Christchurch and Timaru have been awarded for their creative environmental projects in 2019's Science and Technology Fair.
Schools from around the Selwyn Waihora zone are taking ownership of stretches of river, planting native shrubs and trees on the banks.
The Environment Canterbury Youth Rōpu is a group of young people with an interest in the environment and making a difference.
When Canterbury University student Emma Coultas first applied for "every internship Environment Canterbury offered", she was looking for inspiration.
The invention that won Julia Christensen Environment Canterbury's Wrybill Award last year was officially launched last weekend.