The Waihi River is flourishing thanks to local men Steve Dakin, Robbie Stewart, Jimmy Wallace and David Waddington.
News & events
Having a plan for winter grazing doesn’t need to be over-complicated – the key is having a plan in the first place.
Environment Canterbury has approved several new projects for Otipua-Saltwater Creek, including an engineering study of its weir.
Funding has been allocated to local biodiversity projects, including the restoration of coastal wetlands and habitat protection for the long-tailed bat.
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.
A remediation plan is being developed after asbestos-containing building materials, likely used as in-fill many years ago, surfaced on a coastal walking track.
Coastal walkway path in Timaru has been closed after a report of asbestos in the area.
As an early Christmas present, the Environment Canterbury Council today received Zone Implementation Programme addenda (ZIPAs) from two zone committees.
The Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora (OTOP) Water Zone Committee has finalised its recommendations for improving the health of waterways in a large part of South Canterbury.
A new community-led group is being launched to improve water quality and flow issues at Otipua-Saltwater Creek, one of Timaru’s main urban/rural waterways.
A Water Shortage Direction for the Opihi River and its tributaries – which includes the Opuha River and Lake Opuha – is in effect from Tuesday 16 October