Selwyn Waihora Water Zone Committee Co-Chair Les Wanhalla* reflects on biodiversity successes in the zone and the challenges ahead.
News & events
Ten biodiversity projects in the Selwyn Te Waihora zone have received a financial boost through Immediate Steps funding.
Funding has been allocated to local biodiversity projects, including the restoration of coastal wetlands and habitat protection for the long-tailed bat.
Zone committee focusing on priority catchment areas to address water challenges.
At the March Zone Committee meeting, we approved $81, 855 of Immediate Steps funding for three projects.
Thirty demonstration wetlands in Canterbury are to receive government support as part of the latest round of funding from the Sustainable Farming Fund.
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The Upper Waitaki Water Zone Committee provided funding to a stream enhancement project that will protect the threatened native fish bignose galaxias.
The Banks Peninsula zone committee is supporting a river project that is close to a community’s heart.
It's been two years since Jodie and Matt Hoggard first began their riparian planting project around Swan Creek.
Protection of an endangered grasshopper in the MacKenzie Basin has been given a boost with the transfer of a key habitat into conservation land.
Selwyn Waihora Zone Committee chairman Allen Lim writes about its commitment to protecting and enhancing biodiversity.