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Farmers – let’s talk about mahinga kai & biodiversity

Source: Environment Canterbury Regional Council Date: 19 Jan 2022 Want to learn more about mahinga kai? Come along to our Shed Talk in the Hurunui zone...

Can I swim here? Check the water quality before you get in

Source: Environment Canterbury Regional Council Date: 01 Dec 2021  We monitor over 100 swim sites to keep you informed. Each summer from November to March, we monitor...

Clarence community conservation for braided river birds

Source: Environment Canterbury Regional Council Date: 21 Dec 2021 Kaikōura community groups travelled to the Waiau Toa Clarence River recently to see how locally constructed pest...

From our Chair: Making the most of summer

Source: Environment Canterbury Regional Council Date: 21 Dec 2021 | Author: Jenny Hughey, Chair, Environment Canterbury Jenny Hughey, Chair, Environment Canterbury Summer is officially upon us and...

Meet our staff

Source: Environment Canterbury Regional Council Every day looks different and that’s something I love about the role. This morning I’ve been working with a new colleague,...

Meet our incident response officer (IRO) and resource management officer (RMO) at Environment Canterbury

Source: Environment Canterbury Regional Council Every day looks different and that’s something I love about the role. This morning I’ve been working with a new colleague,...

Local waterway providing learning opportunities

Source: Environment Canterbury Regional Council Date: 21 Dec 2021 Nature-based learning at two Canterbury schools is supporting the enhancement and restoration of Lyell Creek/Waikōau in Kaikōura. Kaikōura...
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