Steve Lowndes Chairman of Environment Canterbury about the progress made by farmers to protect mahinga kai values.
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Farmer John Griggs is doing his part to protect Halden Pastures' Canterbury Mudfish; one of the region's largest populations of this endangered species.
Environment Canterbury has welcomed the Environment Aotearoa 2019 synthesis report as a significant milestone.
Zone committee providing an effective forum for the whole community and making sure your aspirations for water quality and quantity outcomes are met.
Environment Canterbury announced today that it would notify Plan Change 1 to the Hurunui and Waiau River Regional Plan (HWRRP).
An aspirational plan to restore the cultural and ecological health of Whakaraupō/Lyttelton Harbour has taken out a national planning award.
Ashburton Water Zone Committee member Gen de Spa is proving being a “nature advocate” can extend from protest to policy and education.
A new project to trial the use of fertigation - which could help reduce nitrogen leaching on farms - is now underway.
Farmers in South Canterbury sharing their winter grazing experience at a series of free practical workshops in April.
Environment Canterbury’s Tuam Street offices have been awarded a 4.5 star energy efficiency rating, equating to "excellent performance" on the NABERSNZ scale.
With a high level of interest in quarrying in Canterbury currently, this article shares all of the most up to date information.
Meeting strict regulations on dairy farming and the loss of nitrogen into groundwater, in particular, are a key priority for brothers Leo and John Donkers.