Environment Canterbury welcomed the announcement by the Otago Regional Council allocating $273,000 for a programme targeting reduction of Bennett's wallaby
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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.
Farmers have completed more than 2000 metres of stock proof fencing to protect biodiversity values on a mixed sheep and beef farm they own.
Pest trapping, aerial weed monitoring, weta 'motels' and lizard habitats – some of the biodiversity projects students from Lincoln High School are working on.
All farmers in Canterbury are required to have a Farm Environment Plan showing how they are going to mitigate or minimise environmental effects of their farm.
Check out this video to see what water means to people in the Waimakariri water zone.
The co-governors of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere welcomed the Government’s recent decisions on tuna (eel) stocks in the lake.
Funding has been allocated to a wide range of worthy projects, which are already starting to show substantial benefits in terms of water quality.
Over the past 10 years, more than 75,000 native trees have been planted in Otukaikino, a wetland located in Belfast.
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Environment Canterbury announced today that Plan Change 3 to the Waitaki Catchment Water Allocation Regional Plan would be made operative from 8 September 2016.