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We remain in awe of what Jono Ridler achieved - some beautiful footage in this latest piece on Seven Sharp

Whānau there are a few spots left for Saturday's planting on motutapu! Register below. Ferry and lunch provided. ... See MoreSee Less


Awesome colab between Al Brown New Zealand Chef and Southern Seabirds to educate fishers on how to keep our manu safe.
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24 hours in and still going strong!! 72KM done, around 30 to go. Follow Jono Ridler's epic swim here:

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This is amazing, he swum right through the night. I can’t swim in a straight line for more than a minute in open water!

Totally awe inspiring!


Lindsey Schofield he swam from Aotea to Auckland. Shame he missed the top class ferry banter though

#swim4thegulf is underway, follow progress at - Jono has a live tracker so you can see him progressing towards Hauturu-o-Toi, Little Barrier. ... See MoreSee Less

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🌱Waiheke we need your help!

We have two planting days coming up at the beautiful Awaawaroa wetland where we will be building on the work of previous years to plant a further 1,400 native plants.

These plants will help protect and restore the Awaawaroa stream and wetland as well as the rare species that call it home. This includes Giant Kokopu, Tuna, Inganga and more 😊.

This project all kicked off when a local resident spotted a Giant Kokopu spawning site during a forward several years down the track several thousand native plants have been planted, hundreds of meters of weed removal have taken place and countless hours of predator control work have been undertaken.

Not to mention a partnership between local residents, Forest and Bird, CVNZ and Auckland Council has been formed, pretty neat hey.

For more information or to book on check out our website or email

This project is generously funded through Auckland Council's RENH Grant.

Waiheke Resources Trust & Sustainability Centre Waiheke Local Board Hauraki Gulf Forum Tīkapa Moana Te Moananui-ā-Toi Waiheke Collective Auckland Council

#waiheke #conservation #volunteer #auckland #restoration #wetlands #nature
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