The journey of the piharau in the Belmont Stream, an exciting new discovery for Pareraho Forest Trust.
Step into nature's playground at the Wairarapa wetlands!
These resources are designed for people who are carrying out restoration or monitoring of their local streams and rivers.
The Mountains to Sea Wellington Team headed to Tunnel Gully in Upper Hutt for a Health and Safety Field Practical for Fresh Water with our new team!
The Love Rimurimu Team was featured at the sold-out Wellington Premiere of the much-anticipated film ‘Climate Commons’ doco on Tuesday 22nd of August.
Proceedings, presentations, and recordings from the Wānanga Waimāori 2023
Never before seen snails, a case of missing fish and community groups involved in it all. Read all about Liz's work with freshwater community groups.
There's no such thing as too early for learning about biodiversity, as freshwater coordinator Kara Kenny learned working with Carterton Kindy.
When Ngāti Toa School teacher Pearl Freemantle told her students there were seahorses living in the sea near Porirua, they didn’t believe her.
The students and teachers of Te Kura Hato Petera Kaniera are on a journey to improve the health of the Mangapōuri Stream.
Imagine the blue belt of Wellington sustaining a healthy and vibrant ocean forest.
Three Upper Hutt schools brought together for the health of the Māwai Hakona stream.
There's a massive web of streams beneath our feet, out of sight, but full of life and opportunity.
The mysteries of the Wairarapa would take a lifetime to discover because the land tells stories of past, present and signal warnings of the future.
Our team worked with three Porirua schools to build their freshwater knowledge and build connections to local restoration projects.
Students from Taita College have been hard at work restoring a wetland that sits on public land behind the kura.
A freshwater monitoring workshop held by Mountains to Sea Wellington held over the hill in Featherston was the start of something great.
Te Awa Iti, meaning 'little stream' in te reo Māori, is a freshwater restoration project created by the Ngake class from Natone Park School in Bothamley Park.
Wellington East Girls College Year 13 Biology students are scientists making big discoveries and building big action plans!
Students from St Teresa’s School in Featherston have learnt to monitor the health of a local stream and developed a plan to protect and enhance it.
For the last three years, the Mountains To Sea Wellington team have been delivering the Whitebait Connection Project, which connects communities to rivers, stre
Students at Brandon Intermediate have been handing a local awa restoration project down to the next set of students for years now, and it's seen more than 15 me