Kaikōura High School students helped plant 650 natives for the recent Love the Lyell planting day.
News & events
We have been working closely with the North Canterbury Infrastructure Recovery Alliance (NCTIR) to protect fish and their habitat.
Conservation week saw NCTIR teaming up with our staff in Kaikōura to carry out some weed busting work at one of the district's wetlands.
Using everyday resources found on-farm, Kaikōura Plains Recovery Project has found an easy method to control sediment runoff during drainage works.
Mt Fyffe farmers have received funding to protect a recently mapped wetland home to plant species rarely found on New Zealand's East Coast.
Over 90 farmers and industry professionals gathered in Kaikōura to learn, connect and share ideas about the ever growing regenerative farming movement
Kaikōura Water Zone Committee Chair Ted Howard reflects on past projects - wetland protection, Loving the Lyell and Waiau Toa/Clarence River work.
More than $40,000 of Immediate Steps Biodiversity funding allocated to wetland protection and restoration projects in Kaikōura.
Pukeko, freshwater crayfish and eel are set to be protected in a new Kaikōura wetland.
The Soil Conservation and Regeneration (SCAR) programme, which aims to support landowners with erosion-prone land, has completed its first year.
Abe and Tom became Kaikōura's bona fide whitebait warriors last week when they rescued stranded inanga and tuna from certain death.
Kaikōura farmers are given the opportunity to see how they will do in their audit checks.