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Ngai Tahu visit

Ngai Tahu visit

When Johnathan Sargisson contacted us to see if he could visit Matuku Link with his group of tamariki from Ngai Tahu, as part of their Taiao Mokihi Wananga – mokihi (reed raft) building workshop, of course we said yes! Great to hear about groups who inspire...
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...
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...
Sustainable Coastlines group

Sustainable Coastlines group

A keen group of volunteers from all over the world came to Matuku Link through Sustainable Coastlines, digging a trench for our waterpipe, clearing the fenceline, shoveling a truckload of gravel from the nursery to the education centre, leveling out the outdoor...