Environment Canterbury Chairman David Bedford has welcomed the emergency legislation proposed by the Government in response to the magnitude 7.8 earthquake
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The Hurunui Waiau water zone committee, along with Environment Canterbury, is developing a long-term water management solutions package for the zone.
If your wastewater system has been damaged you will need to replace or fix it as soon as possible. If your replacement system meets certain conditions...
The Community and Public Health division of the Canterbury District Health Board has lifted its algal bloom health warning issued for Te Wairewa / Lake Forsyth
Twenty pairs of terns have established a colony on one of eight newly created weed-free islands along the Ashley River.
Mountain Bike ride from the Waimakariri Gorge to the State Highway One Bridge.
Environment Canterbury and several other organisations are working with a landowner to protect and rehabilitate the margins of Lake Lyndon on State Highway 73.
Environment Canterbury today announced the way new funding for wilding conifer control would be allocated and administered in the region.
The Targeted Stream Augmentation (TSA) project looks at the feasibility of supplying lowland streams with alternative water sources.
ECan advises those affected by the North Canterbury earthquakes to take a pragmatic approach dealing with issues that could have environmental impacts.
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.
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