We investigate one of the world’s few, unique braided rivers, and uncover the stories of some of the people connected to this essential waterway.
News & events
Celebrating a significant moment in the relationship journey between Environment Canterbury and Ngāi Tahu.
An increase in complaints of illegal structures for whitebaiting in rivers has led Environment Canterbury to visit waterways to assess the scale of the issue.
New central zone delivery manager Andy Barbati has been through a lot in the past nine years - from earthquakes to ECan and everything in between.
A ceremony at Ahuriri Lagoon marked the start of the project’s 130,000-plant planting phase, following the successful completion of engineering and earthworks.
Join Sustainable Coastlines and Environment Canterbury for a planting day at the Waimakariri River on Saturday, September 21.
Nicknamed Heaven, Koukourārata is a special place in the world. Saturday presents an opportunity to lend a hand to a great cause in a picturesque spot.
Selwyn Waihora Water Zone Committee Co-Chair Les Wanhalla talks about community engagement and the urban water infrastructure in the region
Schools from around the Selwyn Waihora zone are taking ownership of stretches of river, planting native shrubs and trees on the banks.
A hui of community vehicle trust volunteers met last week at Environment Canterbury to hear that they had jointly donated over 17,300 hours of time.
A Geraldine farmer is determined to look after endangered long-tailed bats he found on his property on accident.
A trial of on-demand public transport in Timaru has been given the go ahead to launch early in 2020.