A Waikato Regional Council and Department of Conservation scholarship is being used to help find out what’s causing the decline of kākahi, freshwater mussel.
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It's well established that in intensively grazed pastures, urine patches can contribute to levels of nitrogen in excess of the pasture’s ability to utilise.
Waikato Regional Council is urging residents to report any sightings of wild rabbit carcasses in areas where the RHDV1 K5 virus was released in April.
A joint agreement to protect the near-pristine waters of Lake Taupō has been extended by two years to enable project partners time to plan for the future.
Waikato Regional Council is monitoring a weather system which has the potential to affect some of the region’s low-lying coastal areas on Sunday.
The Waikato River Authority is using a Waikato Regional Council mobile app to get people engaged with the clean-up of the river.
The fifth and final independent hearings commissioner has been appointed to the Healthy Rivers/Wai Ora: Proposed Plan Change 1 hearings panel.