The Te Ara Kākāriki Canterbury Greenways Trust held a ceremony at Glentunnel to mark the planting of its 100,000th seedling.
News & events
Controlling invasive species to make way for native plants is the Weed Strikeforce team's specialty. Great strides have been made at Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.
Construction and planting at Ahuriri Lagoon is now complete and the wetland is beginning to function.
Resource consent applications submitted by Fulton Hogan Limited to operate a new quarry ("Roydon Quarry") west of Templeton township have been granted.
Navigation Safety Officer Gary Manch wants safety to be at the forefront of people’s minds before they head back to the water this summer.
The impact of the Ahuriri Lagoon wetland restoration project is being measured with environmental surveying and cultural knowledge.
Planting to enhance native vegetation beside the Waimakariri River is creating a “corridor” for native birds and improving biodiversity.
A retractable floodgate was installed in Belfast this month, marking the end of the construction for the Waimakariri Flood Protection Project.
New central zone delivery manager Andy Barbati has been through a lot in the past nine years - from earthquakes to ECan and everything in between.
Farmer John Griggs is doing his part to protect Halden Pastures' Canterbury Mudfish; one of the region's largest populations of this endangered species.
Meeting strict regulations on dairy farming and the loss of nitrogen into groundwater, in particular, are a key priority for brothers Leo and John Donkers.
Environment Canterbury land management advisor Lachie Ashton has spent his career pursuing his dream of owning a high-country station.