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The team at Okataina and then sailing on the Whakatane river. Thanks to Gary Waller for helping us with sailing. So nice to see optimists on the river again. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

Manawahe Eco Trust

The Manawahe Ecological Corridor has so many cool features. A highlight is the Karaponga falls such a special place. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

Manawahe Eco Trust

I have been training the Trident Get 2 Go team that are off to the National Final on Great Barrier on Sunday. The team did an overnight at Manawahe and explored the local area, as well as doing a beach clean up at Lake Rotoma. Great training venue. ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

Manawahe Eco Trust

Preschoolers love Manawahe, it is a great day out, heaps of fun with these inquisitive minds. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Manawahe Eco Trust

Kawerau South School
An amazing camp week with lots of action:
Traps and pests
Insect houses and solar showers
Native tree orienteering
Food forest Incredible work and design
Problem solving
Bee Wax wraps
Kayaking
Matata scavenger hunt
Adventure racing
Hobo stove cooking
Camping
Bush walks
Best views in the Eastern bay
Wow what a huge amount of experiences. Fantastic week.
Thanks to all those involved.
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4 weeks ago

Manawahe Eco Trust

We were so lucky yesterday to have the Helping Hands from the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints come to Manawahe. It is incredible what 30 people can do. Huge thanks to all the wonderful helpers. The centre and grounds are looking great, it is amazing what is hidden under the strawberry dogwoods. Time to plant natives 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Manawahe Eco Trust

My first group of Pre school children from Little Moments came to Manawahe on Tuesday. It was so nice to have these young children at the centre, flying around like birds, making foot prints like rodents on monitor cards, checking the traps and weta houses, planting seedlings in the food forest. A big thank you to Yvonne for organising her group of caregivers to bring their children up.
Port Ohope Play centre are coming next week, I can't wait 🙂
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1 month ago

Manawahe Eco Trust
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2 months ago

Manawahe Eco Trust

Are you a teacher or involved in a community group?
Now is the time to think about coming to Manawahe Ecological Community centre to take part in one of our Environmental Education programmes. The feedback from the schools that have visited has been amazing. Students want to plant trees, learn about pests and traps, listen for Kokako, weed bust, make weta/insect houses, make food wraps, create a food forest, problem solve and watch the sun rise over the Eastern Bay of Plenty. There are still spaces available for term 4 and bookings are open for 2020. Email me Helen on educ.met@gmail.com for all the details.
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