We've created a selection of Ngāti Rārua nature stories for you to share with your family, friends and the world.
It's not too late! Enrolments are still open for Kaitiaki Whenua Project Moturoa – New Zealand Certificate in Conservation.
Common and German wasps are having a massive negative impact in Aotearoa. In Te Tauihu especially, we have the highest recorded numbers anywhere in the world. It is our luscious honeydew-producing beech forests that attract the wasps in their droves.
To help inform and support conservation and restoration efforts, the Kotahitanga mō te Taiao Alliance is developing measures of ecosystem health, which encompass iwi and cultural values, and social and economic wellbeing.
In our second edition of Kotahitanga mō te Taiao ePānui we share three hero stories from our Projects on the ground.
The Alliance's vision is for our extraordinary natural heritage to be flourishing, and for people to live, care for, and benefit from the environment.
Tēnā anō hoki e te whānau, Whānau may be aware of media coverage of a meeting of the Tai o Poutini Plan
Come along to learn more about the Māori Land Court and upcoming changes to legislation.
Mauri ora: Last week the trustees and senior staff visited Te Waikoropupū during the start-of-year strategic hui.
Project Mahitahi is seeking ideas for a logo to represent the vision for this work that will be recognisable, and will symbolise the many partners working together to achieve that vision.
E wehi ana ki ngā atua, he maungārongo ki te mata o te whenua, he whakaaro pai ki ngā tāngata
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua has appointed a Pouwhakahaere Taiao (Environmental Manager) to support the environmental management strategy and plan. Te Rūnanga
Ka kawe nga kī i te Tonga To carry the knowledge from the SouthNau mai, haere mai ki tēnei wānanga ipurangi hosted