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Waikato River Restoration

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When people get together with a shared vision and a willingness to take action extraordinary things can happen. 'Waikato River Restoration: A Bi-lingual Guide' aims to encourage people to get involved in restoration projects by offering examples of practical solutions. It contains a series of case studies demonstrating the diversity of work underway - farmer led, research led, industry led and community led.

The Guide also reflects upon the close links iwi have with the Waikato River and highlights an optimistic new era of co-management and co-governance, where iwi have a growing involvement in the future management of the river. English and Te Reo content are presented side-by-side to reflect increasing collaboration.

Written in an engaging style with plenty of illustrations and photographs the Guide is specifically targetted at those who would like to know more about the river, the restoration work underway and the links iwi have to New Zealand's longest river.

Download a digital copy of 'Waikato River Restoration' here.


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