Twenty-five new bat roost boxes have now been put up in trees near Te Ngāwai River by Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora water zone committee members and their farm.
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On 28 March 2018 charges were withdrawn in the Christchurch District Court against Solvent Rescue Limited as both Environment Canterbury and the company agreed to alternative outcomes which benefited the…
The new Canterbury Regional Pest Management Plan commenced on 1 July 2018.
Could aluminium bands wrapped around old trees be one way of preventing one of NZ’s native bat species from extinction?
A new predator-proofing trial in South Canterbury seeks to find out.…
An air quality monitoring programme in Yaldhurst shows no serious public health risk to residents from airborne dust.
The regional council sector voiced its endorsement of the Good Farming Practice Action Plan for Water Quality, launched in Hamilton.
Environment Canterbury today welcomed the launch of the national Good Farming Practice Action Plan for Water Quality and reflected on years of leadership and progress in the region.
A popular little lake in the Mackenzie Basin, Lake Poaka, is getting some help to reduce invasive trees that are clogging its shoreline and surrounding wetlands.
Environment Canterbury's communications campaign to introduce the toughest rules around farming won the Marketing Communication PR award.
A project which seeks to use an electric barrier to protect the nationally threatened Canterbury mudfish from predators will be the first of its kind in New Zealand.
There’s a significant effort in Canterbury to manage and reduce nitrate levels in groundwater.
More than 80 people took part in a ‘beautiful day’ planting native species at Te Punatarakao wetland on Saturday 19 May.