The Whangawehi community is proud to present its summer programme : WhangawehiGuidedWalks2015. Over the next two months, we will be attending some of the most popular events taking place in the Wairoa District to inform you on the projects’ latest news. Guided walks will also be offered to showcase some of the great work achieved so far. All these events are free so don’t miss out and come along with your family and friends…you will be amazed by some of the landscapes and stories you are going to capture.
Please check for updates as the guided walks are weather permitting.
See you there.
Check out our programme :WhangawehiGuidedWalks2015
At the beginning of July, Te Mahia school students learnt about fish and invertebrates that live in their river, why the river was so important and what to do to improve water quality.
This workshop is a part of the Whangawehi Catchment Management Group’s initiative looking at transferring local knowledge around Matauranga Maori themes in order to forge the next generations of Kaitiaki and reach out to the entire community.
This project is a collaboration between local Iwi and a large number of agencies.
The next workshop for this winter are :
– Vision map for the Catchment (24/07/2014)
– Native trees identification and properties (Rongoa etc.) ( 31/07/2014)
– Weaving workshop (14/08/2014)
We will keep you posted