Waikato University student Stacey Kanui has been presented with her second $2000 Environment Waikato Maori Scholarship.
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Environment Waikato is warning farmers moving stock this weekend to ensure they don’t spill effluent on roads.
Environment Waikato, Hamilton City Council and the Waikato District Health Board are planning a more integrated surveillance and management strategy for the Waikato River after last month’s bacterial contamination upstream of Hamilton.
Residents around Maungatautari are supporting efforts to make the area into an ecological island.
Environment Waikato has recommended changes to Project Watershed for the Huntly area following submissions made to the draft policy earlier this month.
Environment Waikato has recommended changes to proposals under Project Watershed for the Taupo area following submissions made to the draft policy earlier this month.
New Zealand has one of the highest greenhouse gas emissions rates in the world per head of population, a Climate Change Forum heard in Hamilton yesterday.
Waikato people value "natural" beaches, according to an Environment Waikato survey.
Environment Waikato has implemented a Special Order process to adopt a differential rating system for Project Watershed – its system for funding flood protection, soil conservation and river management works for the Waikato and Waipa river catchments.
Environment Waikato is to replace 37 pole moorings in Whangamata Harbour after they were found to be worm ridden.
Environment Waikato has released a report on coastal erosion to help guide beachside development on the Coromandel.
Environment Waikato wants to establish a Care group to help improve the condition of Lake Waikare, east of Rangiriri.
Environment Waikato is planning to transfer $6 million from its investment fund earnings to its income equalisation reserve to balance negative returns over the past year.
Progress on the control of lake weed on Lake Taupo is on the agenda for next week’s public meeting of Environment Waikato’s South Zone Biosecurity Subcommittee.
Alligator weed control is on the agenda for next week’s meeting of Environment Waikato’s North Zone Biosecurity Subcommittee.
Environment Waikato is expected to make a number of changes to its Project Watershed proposals following hearings which finished yesterday.
A joint operation between Environment Waikato, DoC, Waikato District Council and community groups has disposed of possums in the Hakarimata Range near Huntly.
More action is needed to turn the tide on retaining the variety of natural life in the Waikato’s waterways and on land.
Environment Waikato has traced the bacteria in the Waikato River to an unusual discharge from the dairy factory at Hautapu.