Is your irrigation system operating as efficiently as it should be? Learn some tips about water management from our zone delivery lead, Gill.
News & events
Heading to the Ashburton/Ōtuwharekai lakes this summer? Keep an eye out for warning buoys that signal important monitoring equipment is nearby.
Environment Canterbury staff led the relocation of up to 20 tuna/eel and whitebait that were trapped in a retention basin.
Environment Canterbury is implementing an interim solution to respond to the Government’s review of Overseer. Find out how this may affect you.
Members of two community groups in Kaikōura got to see the braided river birds being protected through trapping work at the Waiau Toa/Clarence river mouth.
Help our waterways stay healthy by keeping nasties out of the stormwater system.
If you're moving between waterways this summer, do your bit to keep them pest-free and always Check, Clean, Dry.
Read about the water zone committees' action plans for 2021-2024 and the priorities for each zone.
This year's Love Our Lakes campaign is underway, with a reminder Boating About? Don't Get Caught Out.
Average rainfall over spring following a return to normal winter rainfall has left Canterbury with healthy soil moisture at the start of the summer.
Summer is just about here and that means irrigation will become more widespread across North Canterbury. Make sure that your irrigator operates correctly.
Council adopts the recommendations of the independent hearing commissioners on Plan Change 7 and Plan Change 2.