Gina Waibl was elected as the Banks Peninsula Water Zone Committee Chair at the March 2021 meeting.
News & events
Central zones' Pou Mātai Kō Tana Luke has joined Environment Canterbury and offers a wealth of experience in matauranga Māori.
Update from Gillian Jenkins, the Banks Peninsula Water Zone Committee Manager on Moepuku Forest harvest.
Environment Canterbury welcomed the signing of the Community Waterways Partnership to ensure a collaborative effort to work toward improving urban waterways.
Work continues with the community and partners to plan and manage the impact of cruise ships in Akaroa when the borders reopen.
The Goughs Bay ‘Haley fence’ project will receive more than $15,000 of Immediate Steps (IMS) biodiversity funding to allow native forest to regenerate.
Paula Smith, member of the Banks Peninsula Water Zone Committee talks about water use across the peninsula this summer.
Okains Bay farm benefits from Immediate Steps biodiversity funding to protect native plant and animal species.
Conservation, climate change and challenges are all common themes for Banks Peninsula Water Zone Committee. Hear from the Chair as she signs off for 2020.
Held at Rāpaki Marae, the Banks Peninsula Water Zone Committee’s October meeting featured presentations from several organisations working with freshwater.
Banks Peninsula farmers discuss how native and exotic forestry can be incorporated within the farm landscape to complement their current operations.
That’s the question people are being asked as public engagement begins on a project to develop a 30-year plan for the area.