Stories from Rangihoua: the cultural and ecological context of Waiheke Island


Sunday 9 August

10am – 2pm

Join the Waiheke Collective as we open the Spring Environmental Skills series with important background to Waiheke Island.

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Course Details

George Kahi will lead a walk up Te Pūtiki o Kahu sharing stories from a Ngāti Paoa perspective.

We will then hear about how the island’s land use has changed over time and an introduction to the patterns of natural ecosystems from Hue Ross (Forest & Bird) and ecologist Jo Ritchie (Te Korowai o Waiheke).

Kym Rawson from WRT will share with us whats been happening in Rangihoua wetland and the coordinators of the Waiheke Collective will share about the current projects happening across the island to support our natural environment and opportunities to get involved. 


Meet at the entrance to Te Pūtiki o Kahu on O’Brien Road
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Phone: 09 372 9868




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