The Selwyn Waihora Water Zone Committee has supported four local projects through their action plan budget.
News & events
New water monitoring equipment will provide some interesting insights into Te Puna-a-Taka/Lake Clearwater lake health.
Environment Canterbury has received the decision of the Court of Appeal on its grant of consents for water bottling activities carried out by two companies.
The Mid-Canterbury Catchment Collective (MCCC) has appointed a coordinator with funding from the Ashburton Water Zone Committee.
A Banks Peninsula trapping project is helping protect precious biodiversity on Kaitōrete.
A long and warm autumn has seen healthy water levels across Canterbury fall back to expected winter levels.
Weed control work is helping enhance habitat along the Clearwater reach of the Ōtūkaikino River.
Learn about the work taking place to protect endangered native fish species found at a spring creek near Omarama.
A collaborative effort between local and Central Government is helping to protect the awa Rangitata from the debris of an eroding landfill.
The Whakaora Te Waikēkēwai project was officially launched at an open day showcasing five restoration projects underway in the Te Waikēkēwai catchment.
Read about what projects the Kaikōura Water Zone Committee has supported through its action plan.
More than 86 private well water samples were tested at two Well Water Checks, organised by the Ōrāri Temuka Opihi Pareora (OTOP) Water Zone Committee.