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2 weeks ago

Manawahe Eco Trust
Want to learn more about the work we do or meet our team? Come along to our AGM on Saturday 16th October! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Manawahe Eco Trust
We are having a planting day this Saturday 2nd October at 9am at the Manawahe Education Centre to plant the rest of our trees from Project Crimson Trust, we'd love to have your help! Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or to let us know if you can make it 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Manawahe Eco Trust
Are you keen to be a part of our Spring baiting day and explore the beautiful bush in Manawahe? We are looking for volunteers to help out on September 19th, if you are keen please contact Peter on 021 039 5370 or petewfergusson@gmail.com ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Manawahe Eco Trust
Project:. shade house, edible native garden, plants suitable for rongoa MaoriThe manawahe school site has a derelict shade house, one tiny kawakawa plant and no horopito. Imagine if we could start our own wee nursery of native plantsHow you can help-Grow some seedlings of edible natives esp horopito and kawakawa for planting up there-Build some shelf supports similar to those in the photo for the shade house -source some material suitable for covering the shade house/ nurseryThe shade house is very approximately 2mx2mx4mBe available for a working bee when lockdown levels allowWeedbustingShade house cleanupTree planting ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Manawahe Eco Trust
Hello from Hilary. I've been here for a month already!! Here are some highlights ..connecting with people, the environment and the kaupapa of the centre.Now is a good time to book if you have a school or interest group who would like to visit.. educ.met@gmail.com ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Manawahe Eco Trust
This is why fencing, of various types, is one of our goals for the manawahe eco corridor...Here's a revealing photo. The fence is a deer proof fence, and you can see the difference in the forest under-story on either side. Possums kill forests from the top while deer, goats and pigs kill forests from the bottom - including the seedlings that will be future native forest carbon sinks. When we control deer, pigs, and goats, we're protecting our forests, and our climate. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Manawahe Eco Trust
Just before lockdown last week we visited our feeding sites that are being monitored by motion sensor cameras with great results! Almost all the sites are being visited by wallabies who are enjoying all the kai we have put out for them 🙂 Once lockdown is over we will head back to the sites to see how things are going... ... See MoreSee Less
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