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A year in numbers

A year in numbers

2018 was an amazing year: we’ve been working on Matuku Link since January 2017 and it’s unbelievable all we’ve accomplished in two years’ time. Volunteer hours donated have been going up and up, from groups like Sustainable Coastlines helping...
Working Bees 2019

Working Bees 2019

Working bees… they keep on giving work! Since January 2017 we’ve been having our working bees on every third Sunday of the month. For 2019 it won’t be any different, our dates are: Sunday January 20th Sunday February 17th Sunday March 17th Sunday...
Open for World Wetland Day

Open for World Wetland Day

We’ll celebrate World Wetland Day on Saturday 2nd February 2019 with our annual Open Day at Matuku Link – from 10 am to 3 pm. Stalls from other conservation organisations will display info on wetlands, birds and ecosystems, there will be food, drinks and...
EcoAdventurers

EcoAdventurers

Ken Allington, teacher at Massey High, has been inspiring his students to give back to the community and specifically to the environment. Last year they came out to Ark in the Park to do the baitlines with us, this year that unfortunately wasn’t possible due to...
Mile High Weeds

Mile High Weeds

Sustainable Coastlines have been an amazing help to us this past year, and last Thursday wasn’t any different. After the introduction on the question “why we kill things here in New Zealand” talk by John Sumich, they were handed ‘sharks’,...
Last working bee for 2018!

Last working bee for 2018!

Our last working bee for 2018 was a Search and Rescue mission: some of the smaller plants, mainly manuka and kanuka planted by Ricoh in August, were getting smothered by dock. Armed with ‘sharks’, a very useful tool to slash through hands full of stems...