We all want a strong economy and a healthy environment. Give us your feedback on how best to manage water quality in Southland.
Read more about the Making it Crystal Clear >>
Give us your feedback on our proposed activities and plans for 2014-15, and how they will be paid for. Submissions close on Friday 2 May 2014.
Read more about the Draft Annual Plan 2014-2015 >>
This concept plan presents a new approach to managing vegetation in Southland's river corridors. We would like to hear what you value most about our rivers. Submissions close on Friday 2 May 2014.
Read more about the River Corridor Concept Plan >>
LAWA brings together water quality monitoring information from across the country in one place, in a common and easy to understand format.
Read more about the LAWA Website >>
Check out our webcam to see what conditions are like at Waituna Lagoon.
Read more about the Waituna Webcam >>
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Submissions close on Friday, 2 May 2014
We would like to hear what you think about our proposed activities and plans for 2014-15, and how they will be paid for. Submissions close on Friday 2 May 2014.
The Managing Unwanted Vegetation in Southland Rivers Concept Plan aims to develop more sustainable control methods, reduce management costs and our dependency on herbicides.
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Environment Southland monitors a number of rivers in Southland.
For data updated every 15 minutes, click here.
Environment Southland has soil moisture maps to help you decide if soil conditions are suitable for effluent disposal.
To view the soil moisture maps, click here.
Environment Southland is working to help manage the cumulative effects of intensive agricultural land use on the region's water quality.
For more information click here.