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Last week, Te Atiawa Iwi Charitable Trust was invited by DOC Biodiversity Ranger Jo Carson and her conservation labrador heading dog cross called Tai in a monitoring field exercise of whio, the rare native blue duck (featuring on the NZ $10.00 note). The planned excursion commenced at the lower reaches of the Kaiauai (Kaiauahi) River,...
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Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa and PKW Trust and are excited to offer the joint Te Atiawa Iwi/PKW Undergraduate Scholarship. The scholarship is initially designed to support Te Atiawa uri who are studying in the field of Environmental Planning and/or Resource Management.  There is one scholarship available this year to the value of $2,500. The scholarship...
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Kaupapa: Whakaaraara te tangata, ka whakaora te wai, ka whakahoki te taonga – Restoring and revitalizing taonga species and habitats on Waiwhakaiho River to encourage mahinga kai rehabilitation and enhancement Saturday 13th October and Sunday 14th October at Katere Ki Te Moana Marae To register or for more information email sera@teatiawa.iwi.nz. For catering and accommodation...
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LEARNZ Navigators is a series of free online virtual field trips for teachers and their class. The Taranaki regional field trip programme was located on Taranaki Maunga, including North Egmont.  This outdoor Digital Story Mapping education programme is for primary school students and young people aged 11-13 years. This was a three day field trip. ...
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Confirm Your Spot: Myrtle Rust Surveillance Training We have received a lot of interest in Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) recent Myrtle Rust training that was held at Muru Raupatu in August. Therefore MPI is offering a second round of field training on how to identify Myrtle Rust. Myrtle Rust is a fungal plant disease...
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The toutouwai / North Island robin translocation project is a project aimed to bring toutouwai back to Taranaki maunga so their song may once again be heard within the Egmont National Park. Over the months of March and April 2017, DOC staff, iwi and volunteers will catch toutouwai in Pureora Forest Park in the central...
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Two Whio / North Island blue duck will be released on Taranaki maunga on 16th March 2017 as part of a project to re-establish a self-sustaining whio population. The DOC staff supported by the Central North Island Blue Duck Trust, Whio Forever, iwi and local whio ambassadors have worked tirelessly on re-establishing a self-sustaining whio...
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