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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’,...
The Trusts visit our trust

The Trusts visit our trust

The Portage and Waitakere Licencing Trusts did a large project two years ago, called “Million Dollar Mission”. A handful of charitable organisations, schools and clubs were selected, and Matuku Link was one of the. Everyone could vote once a day for their...
Ricoh – a new link

Ricoh – a new link

Ricoh was one of the funders earlier this year for our “Million Metres Streamside Restoration” project, and came last week to help us plant the trees that they helped fundraise for. For of us, Helen from Ricoh, Alaina and Georgie from Million Metres and...
On track!

On track!

A bit of rain turned into a lot of sunshine on the day we had the largest ever Sustainable Coastlines group, full of young and eager volunteers from China. A freshly caught rat was fed to the eels to the surprise and delight of many and after John Sumich taught them...
The Brownies are Back

The Brownies are Back

Last year the Brownies planted the area in front of our nursery (though the nursery wasn’t there yet), this year they came back to check on those plants. And they have grown! The Brownies almost as much as the plants.  But they did much more than that: after the...
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...