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Citizen Science Feature
Citizen science is alive and well in New Zealand and growing – with the country’s first citizen science symposium held at Te Papa on Monday, April 9. more ›
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Bi-lingual resources created by the NZ Landcare Trust have been utilised by the Science Learning Hub to teach primary and secondary school-aged children. more ›
General Feature
Almost certainly the first World Wetland Day event on the planet occurred Friday 2nd February, with an early morning breakfast workshop on predators and peat lakes in Ohaupo.  more ›
Citizen Science Feature
On April 9, Te Papa Tongarewa, the Museum of NZ will host the country’s first symposium dedicated fully to investigating citizen science. more ›
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Bi-lingual resources created by the NZ Landcare Trust have been utilised by the Science Learning Hub to teach primary and secondary school-aged children. more ›
Coming from a diverse background of journalism, communications and public relations, Hannah Blake commenced her role ... more ›
Almost certainly the first World Wetland Day event on the planet occurred Friday 2nd February, with an early morning breakfast workshop on predators and peat lakes in Ohaupo.  more ›
A recent field trip to a Detainment Bund study site by a group of Rotorua landowners has started conversations ... more ›
The 2018 Future Farms Conference is here to help farmers translate the current developments in agriculture... more ›
Organic weed control had an electric impact on curious locals at a recent event in... more ›
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