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We monitor information about the environment to enable it to be managed for future generations.
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We are disappointed in Fish & Game NZ's assertion of "an environmental disaster" relating to sediment run-off.
Woldwide One Ltd, Woldwide Two Ltd, Woldwide Four Ltd and Woldwide Five Ltd have withdrawn their consent applications.
It’s important to be informed when choosing where you swim or collect shellfish.
We've received an application from Miraka Farms Ltd for resource consents for an expanded dairy farm.
We've received an application from Hillview Dairying Limited for resource consents for dairy farming at Winton.
Following last summer’s water shortage, Environment Southland is encouraging Southlanders to prepare early for a potential repeat event.
Compliance continues to improve among Southland farmers.
New information shows the extent of slime algae or periphyton levels in Southland rivers: and the news is good.
Woldwide One Ltd and Woldwide Two Ltd have applied for resource consents to expand and operate two farms at Otautau.
We've received an application from Woldwide Four Ltd & Woldwide Five Ltd for resource consents to expand dairy farming at Otautau.
A rare opportunity to take home some very special mites is being held near Mossburn on Tuesday 20 November.
The next step in the review of the Regional Coastal Plan is available for public feedback now.
Environment Southland’s catchment management team will lose two long-time river engineers when they retire in the coming weeks.
Responding to conflicts of interest
Several pieces of the $13.3 million Whakamana te Waituna programme are taking shape as part of a five-year catchment management programme.