MOWs: How a community group rescued Waihī Harbour Wetland, Part 1

This is the first part of the story of how Maketū Ongatoro Wetland Society (MOWS), a small community group, rescued the Waihī Harbour Wetland from weed oblivion and made it one of the best sites for wetland birds in the central North Island. MOWS recently won the Sustainable Future Award at the TECT Community Awards.

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