Banks Peninsula farmers discuss how native and exotic forestry can be incorporated within the farm landscape to complement their current operations.
News & events
More than 40 consent reviews for water takes near the Hakatere River have been granted, as new monitoring stations provide a clearer picture on availability.
Rural communities needing to dispose of unwanted farm waste can register for upcoming one-stop-shop rural recycling events happening throughout November.
Nearly 700 natives have been planted near McCullochs Bridge thanks to a dedicated team of volunteers in Lower Waitaki.
Our work to implement the Government's freshwater policy package has started, as we work to understand how Te Mana o te Wai applies in Canterbury.
Our experts have just analysed Canterbury's air quality for winter 2020, and the results are pleasing.
Selwyn Waihora Water Zone Committee Co-Chair Fiona McDonald provides an update on the Committee's work in the region.
The Waikirikiri / Selwyn Near River Recharge project is officially ready to help boost groundwater and stream levels in the region
Immediate Steps funding has allowed Christoph Schacherer to plant over 2,000 native trees, shrubs and flaxes on his Huntsbury Gully block.
Public are being urged to report suspicious activity, following an increase of rubbish being dumped illegally in riverbeds across Selwyn.
The latest LAWA data shows little change in water quality for Canterbury's rivers over the last 10 years.
The Te Ara Kākāriki Canterbury Greenways Trust held a ceremony at Glentunnel to mark the planting of its 100,000th seedling.