A research project has found the most common potential source of soil contamination in North Canterbury is old sheep dips.
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Farmers in Hurunui and Kaikōura with erosion-prone land are eligible for funding to help reduce the movement of sediment down hillsides and into waterways.
More than a decade of conservation work has resulted in a Kaikōura farmer working towards establishing a significant restored wetland.
Reflections on how far the committee has come with water management and how it is approaching future challenges.
Hurunui Waiau Water Zone Committee Deputy Chair Ken Hughey reflects on what it means to participate in water resource management.
There is much community interest in southern black-backed gull culls, why they are done and whether they are safe.
Environment Canterbury has welcomed the announcement that a waterway in the Hurunui-Waiau zone has won the 2017 Cawthron Foundation supreme award for the most improved river in New Zealand.
Dryland farmers’ concern is one of equity surrounding nutrient limits in the Hurunui Waiau River Regional Plan.
A delegation from Hurunui farmers to the Hurunui Waiau zone committee raised serious concerns about the future of dryland farming.