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Inspiring students to explore environmental careers

Posted on 15 October 2020

A community planting programme is a win-win for students by helping them gain conservation industry insights and enhancing their local river knowledge.

Inspiring students to explore environmental careers
Posted on 15 October 2020
A community planting programme is a win-win for students by helping them gain conservation industry insights and enhancing their local river knowledge.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/inspiring-students-to-explore-environmental-careers/

Multiparty Action Group on the Owhiro Catchment established

Posted on 7 October 2020

Solving the water contamination issues in the Owhiro Catchment is the ambitious goal of a new multiparty working pilot group.

Multiparty Action Group on the Owhiro Catchment established
Posted on 7 October 2020
Solving the water contamination issues in the Owhiro Catchment is the ambitious goal of a new multiparty working pilot group.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/multiparty-action-group-on-the-owhiro-catchment-established/

Lifestyle block wetland creates a pathway for growth and opportunity

Posted on 5 October 2020

A Te Horo lifestyle block owner is achieving her wetland restoration vision by creating an ecological corridor for native birds, through Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Healthy Waterways programme.

Lifestyle block wetland creates a pathway for growth and opportunity
Posted on 5 October 2020
A Te Horo lifestyle block owner is achieving her wetland restoration vision by creating an ecological corridor for native birds, through Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Healthy Waterways programme.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/lifestyle-block-wetland-creates-a-pathway-for-growth-and-opportunity/

More green jobs for stronger environmental health

Posted on 5 October 2020

Last week marked the successful wrap up of a trial programme which boosts job opportunities that benefit the health of the community and te taiao, an initiative funded by Ministry of Social Development (MSD), Department of Conservation (DOC) and Greater Wellington Regional Council.

More green jobs for stronger environmental health
Posted on 5 October 2020
Last week marked the successful wrap up of a trial programme which boosts job opportunities that benefit the health of the community and te taiao, an initiative funded by Ministry of Social Development (MSD), Department of Conservation (DOC) and Greater Wellington Regional Council.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/more-green-jobs-for-stronger-environmental-health/