Nearly 700 natives have been planted near McCullochs Bridge thanks to a dedicated team of volunteers in Lower Waitaki.
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Bruce Murphy was recently elected Chair of the Lower Waitaki Water Zone Committee. Read on as he describes what's been going on in the zone.
Rosemary Clucas is relishing her new role as South Canterbury’s Poū Matai Kō mahinga kai facilitator. Find out how she's helping protect ancient Māori art.
Farmers in the Ahuriri catchment recently met to discuss irrigation management with the goal of operating farms sustainably now and in the future.
The success of a local catchment group in bringing people together to address freshwater quality issues has been held up as a success around New Zealand.
News item from December 2019: updates from Environment Canterbury's flood team in Timaru.
More than 600 natives have been planted along the bank of the Waihao River as part of the Black Hole Enhancement Project.
Having a plan for winter grazing doesn’t need to be over-complicated – the key is having a plan in the first place.
South Canterbury’s Waihao Marae was a fitting location for a special meeting to better understand the history and importance of local Māori place names.
Independent report released investigated the way all Resource Management Act plans that apply in the Basin deal with key issues.
Reminding farmers to review their management stock on winter feed blocks.
Farmers were challenged to come up with good winter grazing tactics for ‘tricky’ paddocks at a series of practical workshops.