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Titahi Bay community plant the seeds for environmental leadership

Posted on 26 August 2020

Whānau in Titahi Bay have been planting native seedlings to enhance their local environment as a part of the Kahotea Stream Restoration Group, funded by Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Community Environment Fund.

Titahi Bay community plant the seeds for environmental leadership
Posted on 26 August 2020
Whānau in Titahi Bay have been planting native seedlings to enhance their local environment as a part of the Kahotea Stream Restoration Group, funded by Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Community Environment Fund.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/titahi-bay-community-plant-the-seeds-for-environmental-leadership/

Prosperity for Māori a key goal of new Māori regional economic development strategy

Posted on 21 August 2020

A regional Māori strategy designed to contribute to a more prosperous whenua, wai and whānau environment for the wider Wellington region has just been launched.

Prosperity for Māori a key goal of new Māori regional economic development strategy
Posted on 21 August 2020
A regional Māori strategy designed to contribute to a more prosperous whenua, wai and whānau environment for the wider Wellington region has just been launched.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/prosperity-for-maori-a-key-goal-of-new-maori-regional-economic-development-strategy/

Taita College students do the hard environmental mahi

Posted on 21 August 2020

Earlier this week, Taita College students and Greater Wellington Regional Council staff got stuck in planting 1000 trees and shrubs at Te Awa Kairangi / Hutt River in a positive effort to regenerate native bush alongside the river.

Taita College students do the hard environmental mahi
Posted on 21 August 2020
Earlier this week, Taita College students and Greater Wellington Regional Council staff got stuck in planting 1000 trees and shrubs at Te Awa Kairangi / Hutt River in a positive effort to regenerate native bush alongside the river.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/taita-college-students-do-the-hard-environmental-mahi/

Have you say on our regional parks

Posted on 20 August 2020

Greater Wellington is urging people to join a conversation about the future of its regional parks network through getting involved in consultation on its draft Toitū Te Whenua Parks Network Plan, 2020-2030.

Have you say on our regional parks
Posted on 20 August 2020
Greater Wellington is urging people to join a conversation about the future of its regional parks network through getting involved in consultation on its draft Toitū Te Whenua Parks Network Plan, 2020-2030.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/have-you-say-on-our-regional-parks/