Environment Waikato wants farmers shifting stock over the next couple of months to remember their responsibilities to dispose of stock truck effluent correctly.
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Veteran councillor May Woodcock’s quarter century in local government was acknowledged by Environment Waikato this week.
Motorists are slowing down on the road thanks to the visual presence of new State Highway Patrol vehicles.
Environment Waikato will officially open its new Taupo office with an open day and ceremony this Friday, April 27.
The destructive willow sawfly is damaging willows planted for soil conservation and river control throughout the Waikato Region.
Environment Waikato’s Policy Committee has recommended seeking an “equitable resolution” of the issues surrounding who should pay for necessary changes to protect the quality of Lake Taupo’s water.
Environment Waikato’s Operations Committee wants urgent action taken to destroy koi carp threatening to infiltrate the Waihou River – but the job will be difficult and costly.
Environment Waikato has awarded a $500 water science prize to Waikato University student Kate Wilkins.
Environment Waikato is to initiate prosecutions against a forestry contractor, and excavation companies for alleged breaches of resource consents.