A team of more than 40 Environment Waikato staff is taking part in Bike Wise Month which gets underway on Sunday.
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Tui appear to be thriving after a joint Environment Waikato and community-funded pest control operation in the Maungakawa Reserve near Cambridge last year.
Environment Waikato says it is encouraged by Local Government Minister Rodney Hide’s response to council concerns about the increasing burden on regional tax payers of meeting Government driven costs.
By Bala Tikkisetty, acting programme manager - coasts, land and wetlands.
Wetlands are like giant kidneys protecting the health of waterways – they help dilute and filter material that could otherwise harm our lakes and rivers.
A new bus that emits almost nil carbon dioxide is a feature of new services being introduced by Environment Waikato next week.
Environment Waikato has announced it is buying a Hamilton East property at no additional cost to ratepayers and with a view to saving money over the long term.
By Cr Simon Friar, chairman of Environment Waikato’s regional pest management committee.
Environment Waikato spends nearly $6 million a year on pest control, spending that is an important part of the regional council’s work to protect the health of the regional economy and the environment.
Waikato farmers are being reminded they are not allowed to graze stock in designated conservation areas on privately owned land.
A truck accident just north of Tirau this morning does not appear to have caused any harm to the environment, Environment Waikato says.