Waterways Protection Fund extended
Aotea / Great Barrier, Papakura, Franklin and Rodney, are all now part of the Regional Waterways Protection Fund.
Summer kaitiaki wanted for the best work environment in Tāmaki Makaurau
Auckland Council is on the lookout for 20 summer rangers to join the regional parks team for a three-month paid internship this summer.
Local art, local message
Chantel Matthews-Perawiti combined art and community, to raise awareness of the plight and nurture a sense of connection to the Glen Innes’ waterways.
Nominate an environmental hero
It’s time to nominate an environmental hero, or team of heroes, for their work helping Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland’s nature to thrive.
Upgrades to Tuff Crater walkway
An upgraded walkway has opened to the public at the North Shore’s Tuff Crater volcanic crater, made possible through ongoing funding from the Kaipātiki Local Board.
Forests flourish at Lake Pupuke
Volunteers from the Pupuke Birdsong Project have been restoring areas of endangered Pūriri forest near the North Shore’s Lake Pupuke with funding help from the Devonport-Takapuna Local Board.
Boards continues environmental funding
Papakura local Board has confirmed funding for several environmental programmes.
Heart of the Waitākere Ranges free of kauri dieback pathogen
Good news for Waitākere Ranges health