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Media releases - archived

You can access our archive of media releases since 2000 by using the filter by date range search on the left hand side. Once you have made your date selections, click the filter button.

This archive does not include the recent media releases.

 

 

Costs high to control Taupo weed

The high cost of containing the spread of an exotic water weed in Lake Taupo should be shared with other agencies, according to Environment Waikato.

Earlier work limits watershed costs in Lake Taupo zone

Just under $3 million will be needed over the next 10 years to carry out new soil conservation, flood protection and river management work considered essential in Environment Waikato’s Lake Taupo management zone.

Project Watershed works identified for upper Waipa

More than $9 million will be needed over the next 10 years to carry out soil conservation, flood protection and river management work considered essential in Environment Waikato’s Upper Waipa management zone.

Funds provided for bush fencing

Environment Waikato is providing $2500 to the Queen Elizabeth National Trust to help fence indigenous forest remnants at Waitomo.

Help for school bush project

Environment Waikato has provided $1980 to Hamilton’s Southwell School to replant a stand of native bush in the school grounds.

Landowners supported for bush protection

Environment Waikato has informed 300 landowners in the Coromandel Peninsula area that they may be eligible for help in protecting a key ecological site on their land.

Environmental expectations rising

Public expectations of a clean environment are rising, sometimes ahead of what can be done to improve environmental health, a recent survey of Waikato people’s views has shown.

More work, rates for Regional Council

Environment Waikato has plans for a $10 million fund to encourage stream bank protection, policy changes to protect Lake Taupo, community-driven river management works and a major strike on possums and plant pests in its draft Strategic Plan released today.

SADD students discuss drink driving

Students from as far afield as Tuakau and Taupo meet at Matamata this week to get serious about the concept of Students Against Driving Drunk.

Increased possum control planned

Environment Waikato plans possum control on 826,000 hectares, and work on key ecological sites in the next year, according to its draft Strategic Plan released this week.

Bold initiatives in Council’s plans

Environment Waikato has taken some bold initiatives to maintain and improve the Region’s environment in its draft Strategic Plan for the next decade, released this week.

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