Restore

Children planting native trees in a restoration project
Actions speak louder than words!

Exploring our environment is just the beginning. At Mountains to Sea, we aim to build connection - and inspire action.

Our Restoration Projects

We collaborate with community and organisations to restore the health of our rivers, harbours and seas.  Restoration actions are both small and large-scale, ranging from community-driven and locally-supported to large national collaborations.

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Community and Student Restoration Projects

We also support young people and community to realise their own restoration goals and take environmental action. Scroll down for some inspiring local stories of people connecting to and restoring te taiao.

Pāuatahanui Streams Shine at Community eDNA Event!

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Upper Waipoua Kaitiaki meets with Potangaroa Education

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Farmers safeguarding our waterways

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New community-led Wairarapa Catchment Collective receives $1m to support restoration efforts

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Connecting over the Wai - Kids Enhancing Tawa Ecosystems and the Willowbank Reserve Care Group

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Whangaehu Bideford Catchment Community Group are shining a light on conservation

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Locals dive into a waterway exploration

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Rare Fish finds in the Pareraho Forest

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Wairarapa walking festival – Wairio Wetland walk

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Freshwater Fish Monitoring Resources

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Wānanga Waimāori 2023 Proceedings

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Natone Park School students nurture their local stream

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Porirua East students explore their streams and rivers

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Eighty students unite to save the health of Upper Hutt stream

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