We monitor 52 popular swimming sites in Canterbury and the recently published data for 2015/16 shows an improvement in water quality at 12 sites.
News & events
In a bid to help home gardeners cope with another dry summer, the SMART Watering campaign re-launched today on the eve of Labour Weekend
Environment Canterbury welcomed the announcement by the Otago Regional Council allocating $273,000 for a programme targeting reduction of Bennett's wallaby
The Hurunui Waiau zone committee responds to a recent Fish & Game media release.
John Talbot, the new chair of the Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora water zone committee, is excited about his increased involvement.
Environment Canterbury has today accepted the recommendations of the Independent Hearing Commissioners on the proposed Canterbury Air Regional Plan.
Canterbury farmers must show how they are going to mitigate or minimise environmental effects of their farm. Check out how we've been helping them do this.
Enhancement of the native vegetation cover has improved the habitat for native fish and waterfowl at St Anne’s Lagoon/Mata Kopae.
Darryl Brown is discovering positive environmental and economic benefits for his farm after joining a pilot project run by Environment Canterbury.
Waihi Station farmers Tim Sowden and Mark Mallison met with Environment Canterbury staff in June to discuss ways to improve water quality.
Farmers have completed more than 2000 metres of stock proof fencing to protect biodiversity values on a mixed sheep and beef farm they own.
Close to $180,000 over five years has been granted to help protect the habitats of black fronted tern and black billed gulls in the Lower Waitaki.