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Glenafon Wetland, Kahouri Bush, Mimi Estuary, Mudfish 3, Putere Wetlands, Scott Bush, Victoria St

east of Stratford in East Taranaki. General description The Glanafon Wetlands Key Native Ecosystem area consists of natural wetland areas, two moderately sized manmade ponds and one large manmade pond. All of these wetlands are located in a single gully system, allowing connectivity between habitats. Small areas of native vegetation are present in the wetland areas and on the retired margins. An enhancement planting programme of native vegetation around the buffer of the wetlands

February 2016 newsletter, plant list & plant order form

page Pukeiti Rhododendron Trust Inc. NEWSLETTER February 2016 VOLUME 65 NO.1 www.pukeiti.org.nz 2016 The Improvements Continue Welcome to 2016 and the lazy, hazy days of summer. Here in Taranaki we are having an amazing spell of hot, fine weather – great for sitting back and enjoying the garden and reaping the benefits of all the hard work put into it at other times of the year. I keep thinking that if this is climate change – bring it on - then I

Appendix III: Statutory acknowledgements

acknowledged the statements made by the iwi of the particular cultural, spiritual, historical, and traditional association of the iwi with the statutory areas. 1.1 Purposes of statutory acknowledgements The purposes of statutory acknowledgements are (a) to require consent authorities, the Environment Court and the Historic Places Trust to have regard to the statutory acknowledgements; (b) to require relevant consent authorities to forward summaries of resource consent applications for

Pukeiti Newsletter June 2018

page Pukeiti Rhododendron Trust Inc. NEWSLETTER June 2018 VOLUME 67 NO.2 www.pukeiti.org.nz Autumn has been and gone R. ‘Beverly McConnell’ This week winter officially begins – a warm wet one was promised, just a little different from the autumn of mixed fortune which was unsettled with warm days, interspersed with heavy rain and thunderstorms over much of the country, and even the occasional cyclone in places. As a result a flush of anticipated autumn colour was

Appendix 4B: Ngāti Tama

2003 in full, the description of the statutory area and the statement of association as recorded in the statutory acknowledgements. 2. Statutory acknowledgements The statutory acknowledgements are: • Statutory Acknowledgement for part of Mimi-Pukearuhe coast marginal strip (Schedule 3 Ngati Tama Claims Settlement Act 2003) • Statutory Acknowledgement for part of Mount Messenger conservation area in Ngati Tama area of interest (Schedule 4 Ngati Tama Claims Settlement Act 2003)

Getting riparian planting finished by 2020

page Riparian zones can be used to maintain and improve water quality. Once fenced and planted, they filter nutrients, sediment and bacteria that leave the land as runoff. Healthy riparian zones will improve the health of our waterways. This practical “how to” guide for riparian management covers planting and maintaining riparian zones for a sustainable and profitable dairy farm. It includes advice from regional council and scientific experts. What are riparian zones?

May 2016

Young Nick’s Head. This was the first land sighted on Cook’s initial voyage of discovery, the place which marked the beginning of the endeavours and innovation by many since who have made New Zealand the great place it is. We had just left Eastwoodhill, the living memorial to Douglas Cook, by the way born in New Plymouth in 1885, who with passion and single-mindedness developed and built the Arboretum of European Trees, the largest in the Southern Hemisphere, on the dry hills of

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and it is heaps of fun! A number of Taranaki schools ran BioBlitzes (tinyurl.com/PFBioblitz) last year in areas of local bush, parks and school grounds linking with Towards Predator-Free Taranaki. Over time, BioBlitzes provide an effective way to measure changes in biodiversity and species composition resulting from predator control. BioBlitzes don’t have to be restricted to dry land either. For example, this term Sacred Heart Girls College will be running an

PCP Sched5b NorthCoast

page 1 CO AS TAL P L AN F O R TARANAK I S chedu le 5 – H i s t o r i c he r i t age Te Atiawa The Te Atiawa rohe commences from Te Rau O Te Huia, along the coast westward to the Herekawe, inland to Tahuna Tutawa, thence to Whakangeregere, continuing to Taramoukou, thence turning southward to Te Rau O Te Huia. The coastal marine area was part of the natural world which encompassed the expanses of Ranginui, the immensity of Papatuanuku, and the

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page Soggy school holidays S c h o o l s i n t h e e n v i r o n m e n t n e w s l e t t e r S IT E J U L Y 2 0 1 7 I S S U E N O .8 2 Last term was very busy for me as the relatively ‘dry’ months of May and June meant lots of planned field trips went ahead, without the weather ruining the fun. We all know that society seems to be constantly changing and increased urbanization can present challenges for children to connect with