Since 2015 Environment Canterbury’s water quality, ecology and biodiversity teams have been investigating the effects of stock exclusion on Bignose galaxiids.
News & events
Competition for real estate on the edge of the Ashburton River mouth is hot at this time of the year.
Not many people can say they’ve had a bird’s eye view of the Canterbury water situation for almost a decade, but Dr Andy Pearce has seen the good, bad and ugly.
In October, five school students and their families were invited to Environment Canterbury to present their winning Science Fair projects.
A reminder that some Metro services are changing, or being discontinued, from Monday, October 29.
Environment Canterbury has engaged global mobility and technology expert Via to assist in a feasibility study for an on-demand public transport service.
Nav Safety Officer urges caution from boaties following river incident
Changes to some Metro bus services come into effect on Monday, October 29.
Farmers have a lot to contend with, much more than the average townie can understand, in dealing with emissions, nutrient leaching and environmental risks.
Banks Peninsula water zone committee member Pam Richardson about biodiversity on the peninsula and how important conservation is.
A new community-led group is being launched to improve water quality and flow issues at Otipua-Saltwater Creek, one of Timaru’s main urban/rural waterways.
A proposed extension to the 44 Shirley bus service will not go ahead.