The biggest New Zealand Winegrower event of the year has wrapped up.
ECan has approved a farm environment plan (FEP) template for use by farmers under the new Canterbury Land & Water Regional Plan.
Mid-Canterbury farmer John Evans is reaping the benefits of native plantings on his farm, in the form of improved pollination and pest control.
A world-first denitrification wall at Silverstream, North Canterbury designed to reduce high groundwater nitrate levels is working as anticipated.
OPINION: They say when you point a finger at someone in condemnation you have three fingers pointing back at yourself.
How are Canterbury farmers doing their bit to help the environment? Environment Canterbury chairman Steve Lowndes explains.
When 300mm of rain fell in four hours and blew out a year’s worth of environmental mitigation work, Steve Borland admits “it just about broke me”.
Fonterra's director of sustainability Carolyn Mortland says she is very heartened by the work farmers are putting into the environment.
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