Locals enjoy sharing their stories and ideas to help plan for the future of Washdyke Waitarakao Lagoon and its catchment.
News & events
A community hangi at Ōmarama was a chance for people to enjoy delicious kai and chat to local water zone committee members.
A restoration project, including willow removal, predator control, and fencing, will eventually transform a stretch of the upper Ōpihi River.
A plan is being made to restore the health of Waitarakao Washdyke Lagoon, and we want the community's input.
Treasure trove of historical water data will show how agricultural changes over the last century have affected water quality.
Oil is continuing to flow down one of our stormwater drains which lead to the Avon River - could you help us find the source and resolve the incident?
Our Flood Protection Recovery Manager Shaun McCracken says we need to rethink our relationship with rivers.
We have responded to claims by Greenpeace about nitrate concentrations in and around Ashburton.
Warnings have been lifted following a liquid waste material discharge incident at Blenheim Road.
A new national report looking at the state of our freshwater will be a key tool that informs plans to protect Canterbury’s rivers, lakes and aquifers.
Mahinga kai was a key focus of the recent Shed Talk event which took place in Hurunui, hosted by staff member Makarini Rupene and landowner John Faulkner.
The Waimakariri Water Zone Committee has three new women joining its ranks as chair, deputy, and youth representative.