Our water monitoring data for July is available below :
Monthly Archives: July 2020
Track design is underway
On the 8th of July 2020 Richard Smith from Logic Solutions traveled to Mahia to survey the walkway. Richard walked the entire length of the walkway from the bridge to the hut and GPSed the center line of the track. The data will be loaded into a software that will give a precise indication of slope angle as well as an indication of the earthwork required. Richard will share his findings with us when the computer work is completed. During the field day, we identified the known archaeological sites and re routed the track to avoid any disturbances to these significant sites. Interpretative signs will be displayed along the track to explain the rich heritage of the area.
Stakeholders support the Whangawehi walkway
On the 9 th of July 2020, Moana Rongo from the Rongomaiwahine Iwi Trust, Dean Aitcheson from Mahia Forest and Pat and Sue O’Brien have signed the Affected Party form to support the application for resource consent for the walkway. A big thank you to everybody for their help.
Whangawehi walkway update
Momentum is building for the walkway along the Whangawehi river and a lot of work has already started. A big thank you to our landowners and sponsors for their support. Enjoy this short video clip.