We've created a selection of Ngāti Rārua nature stories for you to share with your family, friends and the world.
Te Whare Rangahau o Tokomaru launched
On 31 May kaimahi, trustees and a number of guests gathered for the opening of the Tokumaru Research Centre at Te Whare Mānuka in Whakatū.
Marine Bio-toxin alert for Port Underwood
Do not collect or eat shellfish from areas where shellfish biotoxin warnings have been issued. Bio-toxins can be extremely harmful to humans and can contaminate many species of kaimoana.
Kaimahi lead keynote discussion
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua kaimahi Aneika Young, Barney Thomas and Rowena Cudby, supported by architect Keni-Duke Hetet were keynote speakers at the annual New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects conference held in Whakatū last week.
Kotahitanga mō te Taiao newsletter
We celebrate the publication of a short film by the BBC Our Frozen Planet team, farewell outgoing Co-Chair Dave Johnston and Nelson City Council's representative Jo Martin - and feature project updates.
Poipoia Te Ao Tūroa
Poipoia Te Ao Tūroa is a tangata whenua iwi planning document prepared and mandated by Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua. It was published in 2021
Latest Kotahitanga mō te Taiao newsletter
Edition #8 of the Kotahitanga mō te Taiao ePānui brings you stories and updates from various project teams.
Blenheim Sewage Treatment Plant Hui
This kaupapa continues the advocacy and mahi of whānau over many years to protect this very significant area from the effects of the plant.
2021 Annual Report
Kia ora e te whānau, we're pleased to provide our annual report for year ending 31 March 2021 and look forward to
Kotahitanga mō te Taiao ePanui
Edition #4 of the Kotahitanga mō te Taiao ePānui brings you stories and updates from our project teams.
Kaitiaki Whenua - Project Moturoa
It's not too late! Enrolments are still open for Kaitiaki Whenua Project Moturoa – New Zealand Certificate in Conservation.
Tackling wasps in Te Tauihu
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.
Measuring the health of our environment
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.