Moehau ki te Moana is a 5 year (2021 - 2026) project to revitalise the waters around Moehau with fencing and riparian planting. It is supported by funding from the Freshwater Improvement Fund, Ministry for the Environment.
Fresh water restoration
This exciting project, which is funded by the Ministry for Environment, focusses on the protection and revitalisation of the precious waterways of the Moehau and Colville regions. Moehau ki te Moana will work in partnership with landowners, and in close collaboration with iwi partners, to integrate mātauranga Māori in delivering approximately 37km of fencing, 75,000+ native plants, 120ha of pest control, a robust environmental monitoring plan and an engaging programme of community seminars. Fencing, planting and water reticulation activities have already begun on a number of farms in our area.
We will be announcing a programme of exciting seminars focussed on the benefits of freshwater improvement soon, so stay tuned!
If you would like to contact us, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or phone us at CSSC on 07 8666 920.
Vanessa & Cassidy