A 42-hectare remnant of the native forest in Banks Peninsula has been protected and will continue to support native wildlife thanks to a farmer-led effort.
News & events
Selwyn Waihora Water Zone Committee Co-Chair Les Wanhalla* reflects on biodiversity successes in the zone and the challenges ahead.
Ten biodiversity projects in the Selwyn Te Waihora zone have received a financial boost through Immediate Steps funding.
Two new park and ride facilities are now open in Rolleston, providing increased access to public transport for the community.
Monday 1st July 2019 marked the start of an exciting project to recharge groundwater in the Selwyn Waihora zone.
Department of Conservation (DOC) / Te Papa Atawhai, has formally joined the co-governance partnership.
Farmer John Griggs is doing his part to protect Halden Pastures' Canterbury Mudfish; one of the region's largest populations of this endangered species.
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.
Environment Canterbury land management advisor Lachie Ashton has spent his career pursuing his dream of owning a high-country station.
Implementation of a non-native predatory fish barrier at Haldon Pasture to protect the endangered Canterbury Mudfish (kōwaro) is underway.
Looking after the environment is essential for Selwyn farmer Tony Dodunski. An independent check shows he’s well on the way to achieving sustainable farming.
Environment Canterbury Chief Scientist looks into what might happen to the Selwyn River / Waikiriri this summer, following a sustained period of rain.