Waikawa Stream Community Catchment Project is working with the community and regional council to promote sustainable land use and improve the health of streams in the catchment which stretches from the Tararua Range to the coast at Waikawa Beach.
Now there’s a public community workshop on Wednesday 12 June 2019, 6.30 to 8.30 pm at Manakau Hall.
Coffee, tea and a light supper provided.
The NZ Landcare Trust and our project partners would like to invite all members of the community with an interest in the Waikawa Steam and its feeding streams (including the Waiauti /Manakau Stream) to a community workshop.
What do we hope to achieve?
We recognise that change is going to come. We want to manage this at our own pace, with help from wherever we can get it.
We would like to gauge your interest in being part of the Waikawa Stream Catchment Project and also look to the future by starting to form the ideas behind a Catchment Strategy and Action Plan that the projects work programme will feed into over the next three years.
We acknowledge the work many of you have already done with Horizons Regional Council and industry good organisations and your interest in improving the environment we all enjoy and benefit from.
The meeting is a social event as much as anything and an ideal opportunity to catch up with friends, neighbours, and community about the weather, sporting highlights and whatever else is on your mind!
Please RSVP for catering purposes to Alastair Cole at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 021 1684353