The Selwyn Waihora and Waimakariri zone committees share a mission to expand recreational opportunities along the Waimakariri River
News & events
The impact of the Ahuriri Lagoon wetland restoration project is being measured with environmental surveying and cultural knowledge.
After an Immediate Steps funding grant for planting and fencing, the Hororata corridor is seeing the return of a range of birds and wildlife.
Pest control efforts in the Canterbury high country are rescuing large areas from colonisation by introduced conifers.
Navigation Safety Officer Gary Manch wants safety to be at the forefront of people’s minds before they head back to the water this summer.
Environment Canterbury Po Mātai Kō Mananui Ramsden inspired hundreds with a vision of indigenous sustainability at TEDx Christchurch.
Selwyn Waihora Water Zone Committee Co-Chair Les Wanhalla on the importance of protecting the high country's lakes and streams.
Planting to enhance native vegetation beside the Waimakariri River is creating a “corridor” for native birds and improving biodiversity.
A retractable floodgate was installed in Belfast this month, marking the end of the construction for the Waimakariri Flood Protection Project.
The Co-Governors of Te Waihora / Lake Ellesmere released its annual report of last years achievements for the Whakaora Te Waihora restoration programme.
New central zone delivery manager Andy Barbati has been through a lot in the past nine years - from earthquakes to ECan and everything in between.
A ceremony at Ahuriri Lagoon marked the start of the project’s 130,000-plant planting phase, following the successful completion of engineering and earthworks.