Tutaepatu Lagoon near Woodend Beach is being transformed from a weed-infested waterway into an indigenous coastal ecosystem.
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Lower Waitaki South Coastal Canterbury water zone committee chair Kate White reflects on what the committee has achieved and what it will focus on in 2016.
The Hinds Drains area was once dominated by a vast wetland fed by the Hinds River and numerous springs.
Some of the smallest residents at the Orari Gorge got a helping hand recently thanks to a grant from the zone committee’s Immediate Steps biodiversity fund.
Barrhill farmer Malcolm Cairns says the Farm Environment Plan process provides farmers with practical tools to improve both environmental and economic outcomes.
Find out how on-the-ground action in the Kaikōura water zone is delivering sustainable benefits.
More than 20 years’ work by local community members has transformed the Waikakahi Stream near Glenavy from a muddy bog into a pristine waterway.
Read a reflection on one outcome from a Restorative Justice Conference in the criminal division of the District Court.
Investigations and Incident Response leader Valyn Barrett clarifies Environment Canterbury’s response to the issue of stock in waterways.
Together, we can do a lot more work towards rehabilitating our degraded rivers.
Claire McKay, chair of the Waimakariri water zone committee, shares her views on the involvement of local farmers in water management decision making process.
A community information panel was unveiled at Waitarakao (Washdyke Lagoon) this week.