Groundwater levels are very low this summer because we’ve had three consecutive winters with little rainfall to replenish the aquifers.
News & events
It’s a little over a year since Michaela Rees first began working as the Selwyn Waihora Zone Manager and she’s excited about what her second year holds.
The Community and Public Health division of the Canterbury District Health Board has lifted its potentially toxic cyanobacteria (algal) bloom health warning issued on the Cust River near Skewbridge Road.
Visiting farms in the Mt Somers area, it is clear those who own the farms are passionate about protecting the land from degradation and enhancing it for future generations.
Environment Canterbury announced today that its application on behalf of a co-ordinating group (“RCG”) to release a new variant of rabbit haemorrhagic disease.
Environment Canterbury explains the dry conditions of the Selwyn River, the impact of irrigation and a range of actions in place to improve water flow.
Environment Canterbury explains its approach to river margin encroachment.
A new comprehensive air monitoring programme is being set up in Yaldhurst amid concerns about the health effects of the dust coming from quarries.
Environment Canterbury has successfully prosecuted a contract milking company and a dairy farm owner for allowing effluent to overflow onto paddock.
Monitoring has identified relatively high cover of potentially toxic cyanobacteria algae in the Opihi River at the Allandale/Fairlie Bridge.
Monitoring has identified relatively high cover of potentially toxic cyanobacteria algae in the Waihi River at the Waihi Gorge and in the Geraldine Township.
Have you ever explored the Waimakariri River or Ashley Rakahuri Regional Parks? How about the beaches of Northern Pegasus Bay or the shores of Lake Tekapo Regional Park? Parks Week...