Canterbury's braided rivers are important to the region for multiple reasons, which means that caring for them is equally important.
News & events
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.
Kaikōura rivers officer, Mike Gilliver provides an update on flooding in Kaikōura, and how river works are funded.
Read about the two new co-chairs of the Canterbury Water Management Strategy (CWMS) Regional Committee.
Meet the two new faces joining two of the Southern water zone committees.
It's important for the rural community to understand what the Essential Freshwater package will mean for them. We are here to help.
Safer Boating Week is the perfect time to prepare yourself and your vessel for the busy summer season.
A collaborative project aims to enhance the habitat of native fish species, improve water quality and increase community involvement for Cashmere stream.
Vetting of new Waimakariri Water Zone member, Martha Jolly, reveals a passion for freshwater and conservation.
As the weather warms up, boaties are being reminded to look out for marine pests in our harbours.
Our latest snapshot shows water at a normal or near normal spring levels across the region.