A joint infiltration trial being carried out by Environment Canterbury and Waimakariri Irrigation Limited (WIL) near Silverstream is proving successful with over 80 litres per second reaching the aquifer via...
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Discovering global innovations to solve farming challenges is a top priority for Waimakariri Zone Committee member Cameron Henderson.
When Mark Webb from Central South Island Fish and Game started walking the Hinds Drains as part of a 2014 survey his mind started to wander.
The hard work protecting threatened river birds along the Ashley-Rakahuri River has paid off for the Ashley Rakahuri Rivercare Group (ARRG).
Environment Canterbury has installed solar panels on the roof of its Tuam Street office.
Work has begun to enhance the flow and help invertebrates and fish such as inanga/whitebait thrive in the Lower Lyell Creek.
Environment Canterbury biosecurity officials are following hot on the heels of a rogue wallaby sighting near Methven.
There is still time to have your say on the Ashburton River/Hakatere mouth and tell the Ashburton Zone Team why the area is important to you.
Southern black-backed gull control is part of a regular, successful programme that has been ongoing for many years.
Environment Canterbury navigation safety officer Gary Manch is asking boaties to report accidents.
Protecting two wetlands in the Hinds area is important to ensure habitats of freshwater mussels and native fish are not affected by grazing stock.
A beautiful and carnivorous native plant is thriving in a Mackenzie country lake that’s undergoing a project to improve its biodiversity.