Reducing congestion on the Northern MotorwayPlans to reduce congestion on the Northern Motorway by improving public transport services will be implemented next year.
New tsunami risk report for CanterburyRead the full report on the tsunami risk following a large earthquake in Cook Strait or off the east coast of the North Island would have the most impact on the Canterbury coast north of the Kaikōura.
Chilean Needle Grass Field Day – Registrations extendedGo to the Field Day – Tuesday 8 December, 10 am – 3.30 pm, Cheviot Community Hall
Opuha River sediment clean-up completed – further sampling to occurEnvironment Canterbury successfully completed a clean-up operation...
Living HereThe theme for this edition of Living Here is enjoying Canterbury’s vast playground – whether you want to walk, ride, kayak, swim or spot some of Canterbury’s rare bird species – you can find out how here.
There is now close to $2 million available annually from Environment Canterbury to support biodiversity protection and restoration in the region, as well as an increased and dedicated staffing resource to ensure the most effective use of that money. Most projects will also incorporate an additional contribution from landowner/third parties. Find out more about the funding channels and how to apply for funding