The week of September 10-14 will see an educational, interactive van travelling across South Canterbury teaching children about aquatic life.
News & events
Protecting rare and threatened bird species living in the Hurunui and Waiau rivers by controlling southern black-backed gulls.
We need your help spotting and reporting Chilean mayten (Maytenus boaria). Find out how to identify this plant.
A 42-hectare remnant of the native forest in Banks Peninsula has been protected and will continue to support native wildlife thanks to a farmer-led effort.
275 audits have been completed by Environment Canterbury-approved independent auditors with results showing a steady improvement in environmental performance.
An update on the legal claim from Forest and Bird relating to water zone committees.
Come along to the drop-in sessions to find out about the requirements, subsidies and help available for the Waimate and Geraldine wood burner deadline.
The Waihi River is flourishing thanks to local men Steve Dakin, Robbie Stewart, Jimmy Wallace and David Waddington.
Flooding can have devastating effects on a region. Significant steps have been taken to reduce the risk of potential flood damage from the Waimakariri River.
A major transport study says rail freight is an economic way to take pressure off South Island roads.
Tiny native fish that live in remote streams in the Mackenzie Basin were given better odds for survival after a joint operation to relocate hungry trout.
Having a plan for winter grazing doesn’t need to be over-complicated – the key is having a plan in the first place.