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A new project alongside the Ōpāwaho/Heathcote River - immediately downstream of the Tunnel Road Bridge - aims to restore the site’s saltmarsh and coastal bush habitat.
A biodiversity fund established by Christchurch City Council has helped private land owners to protect more than 384 hectares of ecologically significant vegetation across the district.
‘Cobble clusters’ added to the Ōpāwaho Heathcote River are breathing life into the river by creating new habitats for native fish.
Formal submissions on a proposed change to better protect native trees and plants will open on 19 May.
Christchurch City Council’s Regulatory Compliance Unit has completed its investigation into an incident involving Councillors Phil Mauger and James Daniels last July when a trench was dug without authorisation on land adjacent to Pages Road.
Collective action to improve the health of Christchurch’s urban waterways is at the heart of a new charter signed on Monday - World Water Day.
Gardening might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but for the Christchurch Botanic Garden’s newest apprentice it’s a dream come true.
A proposed change to the Christchurch District Plan to boost the protection of native trees and plants on coastal farmland is open for public feedback.
Local landowners and community members armed themselves with spades and smiles to help the Cashmere Stream Care Group complete the final stage of a four-year restoration and enhancement planting project.
A common garden plant has hopped the fence and is wreaking havoc on Whakaraupō/Lyttelton Harbour’s native vegetation.