Environment Waikato is making a strong submission on the draft national Biosecurity Strategy, asking for a tougher approach to protect New Zealand’s agricultural industry.
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A third year University of Waikato student has won Environment Waikato’s Water Science Prize offered to the most outstanding student taking a water science paper.
Waikato businesses and community groups doing their best for the environment can compete for an award in a variety of categories in the 2003 Waikato Business and Environment Awards.
Environment Waikato has begun one of its major flood control and river management projects as part of Project Watershed, on the Tauranga Taupo River near Taupo.
The natural history of Coromandel beaches will be explored in an Environment Waikato presentation next month to celebrate Seaweek.
Whiritoa’s Beachcare group has won a Best Community Group award at a national coastal conference in Dunedin.
Environment Waikato is planning to treat the Whangamarino wetland this month to control bovine Tb-infected possums.
The Waikato River has had a cleanup through the city to remove big logs and other water hazards which had built up over time.
Environment Waikato is joining with other regional authorities to develop a national marketing campaign to encourage householders to reduce their waste.
More than 30 Environment Waikato staff are donning their lycra shorts and pumping their tyres to take part in the Bikewise Business Battle Challenge this week.
Environment Waikato’s Environment Committee has recommended granting $2000 towards a Putaruru Water Festival next month.
The number of holiday road crashes has dropped dramatically in the Waikato.
Environment Waikato’s new electronic bus ticketing has proved a hit with bus passengers in Hamilton.