The Hakatere / Ashburton River consent review process is making progress, with 61 consent reviews now decided.
News & events
A collaborative project in Windwhistle will help preserve and protect a variety of species on a precious bluff.
Members of the OTOP Water Zone Committee made the most of the last days of summer to get native plants in the ground at the Taniwha Gully rock art site.
A company has pleaded guilty to one charge of discharging a chemical into a waterway and been fined $49,000.
During seaweek, more than 30 people from Waimate came together to collect roughly 60kgs of waste from the beach at Waihao Box Reserve.
Read our latest freshwater snapshot summary report.
Good management practice, water metering and technology maintenance are all essential to keeping your irrigation system in tip top shape.
Read about the work taking place at the Middle Creek/Te Wai-o-pātiki catchment.
Kaikōura Water Zone Committee chair Ted Howard gives us the latest update.
In the early hours of Sunday 30 January, oil spilt into the Cam / Ruataniwha River after a significant fire was extinguished in Kaiapoi.
Read about Edward Heenan's summer experiences working for us monitoring water quality in Canterbury's rivers.
Collaboration between landowners, community, and agencies is seeing continued protection and enhancement in the braided Clarence River/Waiau Toa.