Environment Canterbury staff will be checking for smoky chimneys in the evenings starting in June in South Canterbury.
News & events
John Cooke joined the Waimakariri Zone Committee as a Ngāi Tūāhuriri representative to improve the quality of local waterways and protect mahinga kai.
We are inviting young people aged 15-24 from across Canterbury to join with us for Regional Youth Voices Hui 2019. Register before 6th June.
Farmers preparing nutrient budgets are reminded that from the end of June 2019, OverseerFM software will replace the legacy version of Overseer.
An independent report into compliance, monitoring and enforcement (CME) has found it is in relatively good shape and made recommendations on improvements.
The Upper Waitaki Water Zone Committee recently held a meeting at Lake Middleton and discovered its value for recreation and biodiversity.
With help of the conservation dog, Wink, local authorities have recently sniffed out and removed patches of the pest plant spartina from Canterbury waterways.
There is much community interest in southern black-backed gull culls, why they are done and whether they are safe.
The Environment Canterbury Youth Rōpu is a group of young people with an interest in the environment and making a difference.
“Vision and Pines”, a music festival to be held at Balmoral Reserve camping ground, will start a conservation project led by Hurunui young people.
An update from Hurunui Zone Committee chair on the notified Plan Change 1 to the HWRRP and the Zone Committee's future focus.
We are holding a public talk with Chief Scientist, Dr Tim Davie, to look a little deeper into what is happening in the Christchurch water space.