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Environment Canterbury confirmed Amuri Irrigation’s newly developed farm environment plan template meets the requirements of the LWRP.
Extensive studies commissioned as part of the Sustainable Hill Farming Tool project have found that farmers are increasingly using hill country forage crops and pastures to finish stock, and that...
The outcomes from the New Zealand Rural Waste Minimisation Project have been revealed.
New recreational facilities are coming to The Willows and Weedons Forest.
Today’s Selwyn Waihora Water Zone Committee meeting took on a decidedly youthful look.
Consents from Environment Canterbury and the Mackenzie District Council are now in place for Simons Pass Station to begin irrigating a portion of its land.
The Co-Governors of Te Waihora / Lake Ellesmere have welcomed today’s announcement by the Minister of Conservation,that 68,000 native trees will be planted.
Environment Canterbury today welcomed the signing of a memorandum of understanding to promote the vision of Banks Peninsula being made free of animal pests.
Important questions still need to be answered around how landowners can be enabled to best protect riverbeds, writes Hurunui Waiau Zone committee chairman John
Environment Canterbury is promoting a Local Bill to Parliament which, if passed, would ensure continuing mana whenua representation on the Council.
To boost the population of rare and threatened bird species control work is starting this week to reduce the numbers of southern black backed gulls.