Te Whanga Hauora o Tutukaka

Regenerating the kelp forests of Tutukaka Harbour: A Community-based Collaborative Regeneration and Reseach Project Update 13-12-2022 First kelplings “planted” at Philip Island We had a great turnout on the morning of Sunday 11th Dec for the first of our kelp regeneration “plant outs”. Of course, we don’t actually plant the kelp in the sand, butContinue reading “Te Whanga Hauora o Tutukaka”

Restoring the kelp forests of Tutukaka Harbour. 

A Community-based, Collaborative Regeneration and Research Project  We are excited to announce the launch of the Tutukaka Harbour Kelp regeneration project. Click here to learn more and support this project. The aim of this project is to support the kaitiakitanga of mana whenua/mana moana in restoring the mauri of the harbour by “re-seeding” denuded areas of theContinue reading Restoring the kelp forests of Tutukaka Harbour. 

“We are Water We are One”

Glenn is on the Regenerative Cultures panel at this online event – check it out!  We Are Water We Are One Saturday 25th and Sunday 25th July.A really interesting organisation whose values and philosophies align with Ocean Spirit’s.The event was : “Born as a call for unity to bring you messages of the Water andContinue reading ““We are Water We are One””

Ecological concerns over North Port expansion in Whangarei Harbour

Here is an article from NewsRoom reporter, Farah Hancock, about the proposed move of Ports of Auckland to Whangarei. Glenn was interviewed along with Orca researcher, Ingrid Visser and Rochelle Constantine from Auckland University. Conservation advocates worry rerouting some of Ports of Auckland ships to Whangārei’s Northport might come at a cost to the harbour’sContinue reading “Ecological concerns over North Port expansion in Whangarei Harbour”