A mana whenua-led project involving the construction of a wetland near Ngāti Moki Marae has taken a significant step forward.
News & events
The Te Waihora Co-Governance partners have launched a new website.
A law change has cleared the way for two Ngāi Tahu representatives to join the Canterbury Regional Council with full decision-making rights.
New water monitoring equipment will provide some interesting insights into Te Puna-a-Taka/Lake Clearwater lake health.
Scientists are working to re-establish submerged vegetation that once dominated Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.
A Banks Peninsula trapping project is helping protect precious biodiversity on Kaitōrete.
A major planting project on the Port Hills will provide habitat for precious bird and animal species.
Northern advisor Makarini Rupene recently took listeners on a journey through the past, present, and future mahinga kai for an online Shed Talk event.
Environment Canterbury staff led the relocation of up to 20 tuna/eel and whitebait that were trapped in a retention basin.
Around 50 industry professionals, farmers, community members and more gathered in Cust to hear about cultural and biodiversity values in the Waimakariri zone.
Read about the two new co-chairs of the Canterbury Water Management Strategy (CWMS) Regional Committee.
The establishment of two large native planting sites is a major step toward restoring native biodiversity on the Canterbury Plains.