Te Ara Kākāriki Greenway Canterbury Trust's vision to create a corridor of native biodiversity in Selwyn is one shared by the wider community.
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The Morriss farm in Waimakariri restored 250 metres of stream, and have since seen tuna and inanga return as its health grew.
The future of native animals and species in Hurunui Waiau is brighter, thanks to nearly $130,000 of funding projects.
Selwyn's plant-out days are restoring the habitat for our native plants and animals.
Discover the mysteries of Lake Pukaki.
Hurunui Waiau Water Zone Committee allocates funding for two new biodiversity projects to protect and enhance native flora and fauna.
The Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora (OTOP) zone committee recently visited one of the projects they elected to support with $36,000 of Immediate Steps funding.
Farmers in Hurunui and Kaikōura with erosion-prone land are eligible for funding to help reduce the movement of sediment down hillsides and into waterways.
After an Immediate Steps funding grant for planting and fencing, the Hororata corridor is seeing the return of a range of birds and wildlife.
More than a decade of conservation work has resulted in a Kaikōura farmer working towards establishing a significant restored wetland.
A Geraldine farmer is determined to look after endangered long-tailed bats he found on his property on accident.
The Waihi River is flourishing thanks to local men Steve Dakin, Robbie Stewart, Jimmy Wallace and David Waddington.