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Wild spring weather and hungry possums are just some of the challenges faced by a team of ecologists tackling roadside erosion.
Ōtamahua/Quail Island Ecological Restoration Trust gets a helping hand from the Lyttelton Port Company restoring the islands natural environment.
The board of Lyttelton Port Company (LPC) has announced the appointment of Roger Gray as the Port’s new chief executive.
Forestry in New Zealand received a shake-up last year in the form of the new National Environmental Standards for Plantation Forestry.
The next public planting day will be held on Saturday, September 14. Join the event and learn about our unique ecology, flora and fauna of this special place.
The Whaka-Ora Healthy Harbour Plan to restore the cultural and ecological health of Whakaraupō/Lyttelton Harbour has received a $150,000 boost.
A trial is under way to see if roadside plantings can help reduce the amount of sediment ending up in Lyttelton Harbour.
Work on a $53 million project to upgrade wastewater services in the Lyttelton harbour area is moving to a crucial phase, with work under way on a new pump station…
Underwater, ears are more useful than eyes. That’s because sound travels through water much better than light, as marine scientist Dr Matt Pine explains. “Under water, particulate matter and phytoplankton…