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Project K visiting

Project K visiting

What do a flooding, a rahui and tiny Carex plants have in common? All of them were the reason the yearly Project K groups (through the Graeme Dingle Foundation) came to help out Matuku Link. At Karanga Camp, Annalily gave a presentation about how our work at Ark in...
Floods

Floods

The floods and storms of February, March and April this year were severe: with 180.000 houses without power in March, let’s hope it is the “30 year storm” and not a regular event. For us at Matuku Link we were ‘only’ without power for...
Kayak Day

Kayak Day

On Sunday April 7th we had our first ever VIP Kayak Day. Visitors fortunate enough to have a ticket, were rewarded with a glorious sunny day, turning hazy and slightly drizzly in the afternoon for the last group. But even that group was happy and one visitor commented...
Our Working Bees

Our Working Bees

Our volunteers seem to like our working bees, the shared lunch or the chance to walk around bare chested: whatever it is, you can join us! We usually go eel feeding as well, to say hello to our native residents in the river. Next dates:  20th May, 17th June, 15th...
Love our Working Bees

Love our Working Bees

Our volunteers seem to like our working bees (or the donated Nice Blocks ice creams, or the shared lunch): almost two dozen showed up to help us with cleaning up after the storm, clearing the grass from the plants, constructing the nursery and many more tasks. The...
Thank you volunteers!

Thank you volunteers!

The volunteers from Sustainable Coastlines came out for a second time! We had a variety of tasks they were happy to attack: relocate some plants, to replace the few which didn’t survive the drought, dig a drain for the barn, clear out the shed & recycle the...