Bioblitz Day was a huge success with the team finding over 125 species in the wetland.
News & events
Abe and Tom became Kaikōura's bona fide whitebait warriors last week when they rescued stranded inanga and tuna from certain death.
Residents are invited to get involved in a new programme, to make Banks Peninsula pest free.
Chilean needle grass spread on the rise. Find out what to look out for and help stop the spread of this unwanted pest plant.
Selwyn's plant-out days are restoring the habitat for our native plants and animals.
Discover the mysteries of Lake Pukaki.
A refreshing revisit to Lyell Creek/Waikoau is underway to bring the creek back to life and life back to the creek - and we need your help.
Hurunui Waiau Water Zone Committee allocates funding for two new biodiversity projects to protect and enhance native flora and fauna.
A report released earlier in the year confirms that most fish and shellfish found in waters around Ōtautahi/Christchurch are safe to eat.
More than 600 natives have been planted along the bank of the Waihao River as part of the Black Hole Enhancement Project.
Polarcold Stores and an employee have been fined $242,350 after pleading guilty to charges of illegally discharging ammonia into Kaputone Creek.
Environment Canterbury and others are undertaking controlled application of a herbicide to control the pest plant spartina between 25-29 November 2019.