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Environment Canterbury and Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu are proud to advise the appointment of our new Tumu Taiao – Mana Whenua Experts on Council.
Upper Waitaki Water Zone Committee Chair, Simon Cameron, gives an update on the last meeting on 16 October 2020.
Rural communities needing to dispose of unwanted farm waste can register for upcoming one-stop-shop rural recycling events happening throughout November.
To improve water quality, reduce erosion and build biodiversity, around 2,500 natives have been planted along Cashmere Stream over the last four years.
Nearly 700 natives have been planted near McCullochs Bridge thanks to a dedicated team of volunteers in Lower Waitaki.
The annual water quality results for the lakes and rivers of the Upper Waitaki are now available.
Our work to implement the Government's freshwater policy package has started, as we work to understand how Te Mana o te Wai applies in Canterbury.
From 29 November, buses on route 3 Airport/Sheffield Crescent to Sumner (the Purple Line) will run every 10 minutes all day on weekdays.
Dealing with legacy issues (hazardous or contaminated sites) is one of the hardest tasks we face as a regional council.
Our experts have just analysed Canterbury's air quality for winter 2020, and the results are pleasing.
That’s the question people are being asked as public engagement begins on a project to develop a 30-year plan for the area.