Reporoa landowners' goal of having stock excluded from all waterways within 10 years has received a luke-warm response.
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Lake Taupo may be the only part of the Greater Waikato catchment to take the recommendation of Environment Waikato and see a 10-year works and services programme implemented in its area.
Some Upper Waipa land owners have suggested that Environment Waikato or the Department of Conservation consider purchasing the troubled Tunawaea slip.
Urban ratepayers in the Region look likely to pay less than $20 per year as their contribution towards flood protection and river management services across the greater Waikato Catchment.
A lack of rolling stock looks likely to scuttle plans to keep rail passenger services running in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty while local councils explore options.
Middle Waipa landowners have succeeded in having proposed new soil conservation works in their area 'ring-fenced' - but will still face a rise in costs to maintain existing schemes.
Environment Waikato representatives are flying to Wellington tomorrow to ask the Government to step in to continue rail passenger services in the Region until all options are explored.
Environment Waikato is planning a major blitz on possums in the Hakarimata Ranges.
A total of 34 candidates are vying for seats around Environment Waikato’s Council table, including 13 in a hotly contested Hamilton constituency.
Environment Waikato is to become a foundation member of the Lower Waikato River Enhancement Society – a group formed to restore the river’s banks.
Environment Waikato is looking to the Government to help extend the operation of the Waikato Region’s rail service to give it time to work through the issues.
The cost of retaining the Waikato Connection rail service to Auckland is likely to be too daunting for Environment Waikato.
Waikato secondary school students are getting creative in a bid to win a car to support SADD (Students against Driving Drunk).
The Waikato Region is at risk from the introduction of exotic marine organisms which can threaten natural marine ecosystems, commercial interests, recreational, cultural and amenity values and public health, Environment Waikato’s Policy Committee heard this week.
Environment Waikato’s Passenger Transport Subcommittee is considering a concessionary fare to support the newly launched commercial Dey St student bus service.
The number of people using Hamilton city buses has increased 8.6 percent in the past year, with one new service increasing more than 30 percent.
Environment Waikato has developed a series of factsheets on the small forest fragments left around the Waikato Region.
Environment Waikato has granted consents for taking water, discharge of cooling water, and discharge of contaminants to air from the Huntly power station site.
Environment Waikato is looking hard to find ways to save electricity – but it already has many energy efficient features in its Hamilton offices.
Environment Waikato has earmarked $40,000 to assist the Whaingaroa Habourcare group with fencing and planting of Raglan Harbour catchment.