Ongoing recovery updates and frequently asked questions about the Rangitata River flood event in December 2019.
News & events
Bioblitz Day was a huge success with the team finding over 125 species in the wetland.
Think you've had a long day at work today? Try these three Environment Canterbury employees who have a combined 130 years on the job between them.
A significant milestone has been achieved as Timaru approaches its 2020 on-demand public transport trial.
The Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora (OTOP) zone committee recently visited one of the projects they elected to support with $36,000 of Immediate Steps funding.
Come along to the November drop-in sessions to find out about the requirements, subsidies and help available for the Waimate and Geraldine wood burner deadline.
A giant, interactive map of Timaru is proving popular as Environment Canterbury continues its on-demand public transport engagement events in Timaru.
Environment Canterbury is searching for a name for its new on-demand public transport service, which will begin in Timaru next year.
Despite rainy weather, Timaru's Wild Day at the Wetland went ahead on Saturday.
A Geraldine farmer is determined to look after endangered long-tailed bats he found on his property on accident.
The week of September 10-14 will see an educational, interactive van travelling across South Canterbury teaching children about aquatic life.
The Waihi River is flourishing thanks to local men Steve Dakin, Robbie Stewart, Jimmy Wallace and David Waddington.