Fabulous to see our ‘Let the River Speak’ research team out on the Waimatā River with the Horouta waka ama paddlers; and to have such a great turn-out at the public meeting in Gisborne to discuss the state of the Waimatā river:
A haven for native birds, plants and animals.
- Gisborne, New Zealand
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Here’s another great article (this time from Radio NZ) on the ‘Let the River Speak’ team visit and public meeting: