Bringing new life to the PelorusNews
About 400 farmers, a council & hi-tech analysis are aiming to improve catchment water quality.
Crown funding kick-starts work on restorationNews
This funding targets quick wins for water quality improvement and adds to the catchment investments previously announced by the Ministry for the Environment and Department of Conservation.
Interested in finding out about the Te Hoiere/Pelorus project?News
Come along to the Havelock Town Hall for a cup of tea and a slice and find out more. Learn what the project could mean for you, your family, your business and your community.
Te Hoiere Pelorus Project - next stepsNews
Last week’s public meeting in Havelock was a great success drawing in a passionate community that is committed to seeing positive improvements in their river catchments.
Te Hoiere/Pelorus River project gets underwayNews
An ambitious, long-term project to improve the environment of the Te Hoiere/Pelorus River and Pelorus Sound is getting underway.
Work begins on project to restore water quality in Sounds catchmentNews
An aspirational project that aims to clean up an at-risk Marlborough catchment could cost up to $75 million over 10 years. The scheme starts this month.
Government support for Te Hoiere/PelorusNews
Conservation Minister Hon Eugenie Sage announces Te Hoiere as the second catchment, and the first in the South Island, to receive funds that help restore priority river catchments.