The day was filled with positive encouragement and excitement as the new Bay Conservation Cadets – Tauira Mahi programme, launched in Tauranga on Monday. Facilitated by Bay Conservation Alliance, the […]
Last year, in response to feedback from many community and iwi groups DOC offered information sharing sessions to help reduce the stress on individuals and groups that are managing pest […]
We had the pleasure of attending both the Katikati and Te Puke A & P shows in February, which gave us a great opportunity to meet lots of wonderful people, […]
Here is a great update on the amazing Kaituna Rediversion project happening in Maketu. Papahikahawai Island is now officially an island again, and a huge amount of work is being […]
DOC have announced that they will work with contractors to undertake track upgrade work in the Kaimai to protect kauri, and prevent the spread of kauri dieback disease, a soil-borne […]
Maketu Ongatoro Wetland Society were thrilled to be invited to be part of the celebration of the Te Maru o Kaituna Strategy on Sunday 30th September. Te Maru o Kaituna […]
We held our official launch party at Tauranga Yacht Club on the 21st September, and what a night it was! We were lucky enough to have the Conservation Minister Eugenie […]
Winner of the Bay Conservation Alliance photo competition, Jeanette Elaine Nee, made the most of her prize of a double pass for Rotorua Canopy Tours.
Creature of the Week…No animal invokes a primal feeling of fear quite like the great white shark, but we can’t help but be fascinated by them.
We had 59 amazing entries to our Facebook photo competition, and the judges had a hard time picking a winner.