Environment Waikato and Environment Bay of Plenty are hoping to make flood gates in tidal areas more ecologically friendly using a bit of Kiwi ingenuity.
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A major possum control operation for the Pirongia-Otorohanga area, which Environment Waikato announced in December last year, is set to begin.
Budget funding to remediate the old Tui Mine site near Te Aroha has been welcomed by Environment Waikato and Matamata-Piako District Council.
Rugby fans can soothe the stresses involved with big match fever by parking in town and taking a free bus to and from the upcoming All Blacks-Canada game in Hamilton.
Environment Waikato has welcomed the opportunity to be involved in the consultation process to establish new governance and management structures for the Waikato River.
Project Watershed soil conservation work is starting to bear fruit, spelling good news for the region’s farmers.
Land owners on the Coromandel Peninsula are actively supporting Peninsula Project plans for animal pest control to be undertaken on both public conservation land and private land in the area from Manaia to Koputauaki Bay.
The Coromandel Peninsula is about to get greener. Literally.
Environment Waikato will talk with the community about the prospect of using a regional fuel tax to help pay for public transport, and better roading and rail, says chairman Jenni Vernon.
Environment Waikato's free bus day on Saturday was a roaring success, with Hamilton buses carrying 7131 people.
It’s time for a free ride – as a thank you to ratepayers from Environment Waikato.
Environment Waikato is working with the New Zealand Forest and Bird Society and other agencies on a plan to enhance a wetland area on the Kauaeranga River floodplain near Thames.