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  1. Looking ahead

    Increasingly empowered communities are starting to take local ownership of water management but we still have a long way to go.Build relationshipsIt takes time to strengthen relationships and connections between all parties with an interest in water management. Getting everyone around the table from the beginning of the process helps establish trust and understanding. We’re continuing to develop these relationships both internally and externally with the ultimate goal of empowering communities...

    https://www.ecan.govt.nz/your-region/your-environment/water/canterburys-approach-to-water-management/looking-ahead/
  2. Action on the ground

    The Selwyn Te Waihora catchment includes Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere and the land that drains into it, bounded by the Waimakariri River to the north and the Rakaia River to the south. Read about what is being done to restore and rejuvenate the ecosystem health of Te Waihora and its catchment.From the mountains to the sea, Selwyn’s water is an integrated, connected system with high interdependencies.  Before we get to the nitty-gritty of the state of Selwyn’s water, we first need to understand...

    https://www.ecan.govt.nz/your-region/your-environment/water/whats-happening-in-my-water-zone/selwyn-waihora-zone/action-on-the-ground/
  3. Hāngī by the stream

    Talking about tuna, learning about local water management and enjoying a delicious hāngī were part of a spring day out for Omarama School students.The whole school (39 kids) were invited to Omarama Station by rūnanga and landowners Richard and Annabelle Subtil to learn about its native tuna relocation programme and to join in the Upper Waitaki Zone Committee hāngī after its November meeting.Protecting native longfin eelJohn Wilkie, rūnanga representative on the zone committee, explained th...

    https://www.ecan.govt.nz/get-involved/news-and-events/zone-news/upper-waitaki/hangi-by-the-stream/

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