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We monitor information about the environment to enable it to be managed for future generations.
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There are many opportunities for the community to participate in our decision-making processes.
Environment Southland councillors endorsed the programme that outlines the process for meeting the national requirements to improve water quality.
The Fiordland Marine Regional Pathway Management Plan has been recognised as a finalist in the New Zealand Biosecurity Awards 2018.
Environment Southland’s councillors endorsed the donation of a 4x4 utility vehicle from council’s fleet to the SIRCET.
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How are the creatures in our waterways doing?
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Environment Southland's scientists showcased their science of the past four years to representatives from a range of entities.
The Council today set the rates increase for the 2018-2019 financial year in accordance with the Long-term Plan 2018-2028.
A group of Aprima farmers briefed Environment Minister David Parker on a project they have initiated, in Otautau on Friday (September 21).
A proposal for a new Southland Regional Pest Management Plan is now out for public consultation.
The proposed Biosecurity Strategy and proposal for a Southland Regional Pest Management Plan are now out for consultation.
Councillors resolved to adopt their initial proposal as the Council’s final proposal.
We take our compliance monitoring and enforcement responsibilities seriously.
Your opportunity to book a free 30 minute Starter for 30 session with one of our friendly, knowledgeable consents team.
Farmers are urged to consider alternative options for disposing of bale wrap.