Dive Pacific Magazine, February 2020 issue, features our work in a fabulous double page spread – check it out online here by turning to pages 28-29 on your screen.
Here’s the link to last Sunday’s episode of Fish of The Day with Clarke Gayford featuring our Hauora Moana Community Monitoring programme with Ngunguru School: Fish of the Day episode 10 And if you don’t want the preamble then go to 3 mins 39 secs in….! Unfortunately you have to sit through the ads though…
Another successful Waitangi Day as a rubbish ambassador with EcoSolutions! A dedicated team of volunteers guided the crowd into throwing their waste into these 3 bins – compost, recycling and rubbish. The compost bin was the winner! The majority of food and drink containers were compostable and will be turned into lovely soil by WaipapaContinue reading “Waitangi Day Rubbish Ambassador”
Tutukaka Twilight Markets has gifted the Trust a stall on the Tutukaka Green for their Saturday afternoon markets. Come and see what the SeaBin has collected; check out Glenn’s books for sale – The Ocean is Alive, Poor Knights Wonderland, Humpback Whales of the South West Pacific – we also have only 2 canvas printsContinue reading “Tutukaka Twilight Markets”
The Trust was fortunate to have a stall at the Matapouri Gala day on 2 Jan and we met some lovely people who care about the health of the Ocean. It was particularly inspiring to meet enthusiastic youngsters who are translating their passionate caring into action. We had the rubbish collected by the Tutukaka MarinaContinue reading “Matapouri Gala Day”
Yr 6 at Ngunguru School on the Tutukaka Coast have just completed their final Hauroa Moana survey of the Red Rocks for this year. It was a really fun day and the conditions were perfect. A big thank you to all the kids for their enthusiasm and and their teachers who make this mahi possible.
Glenn was invited by Northland Regional Council (NRC) to present Ocean Spirit’s Hauora Moana Community Monitoring Initiative at the Motukaroro Reotahi Marine Reserve in Whangarei Harbour this week. It was a really beautiful day and the qualitative survey technique was very well received by the participants who included: North Tec’s Environmental Management Diploma and AppliedContinue reading “Hauora Moana at Reotahi Marine Reserve”
“Nothing for Mother nature without Mother Nature.” Four days, 28 incredible people and a journey of spiritual enlightenment! Wow! We are very blessed to be a part of this incredible group on Rotoroa Island in the Hauraki Gulf. We shared our Hauora Moana Community Monitoring Initiative with the group – plunging into 17C water toContinue reading “Tipaka Moana – The Hauraki Gulf Oceans Lab”
We were thrilled to be able to present at the 2019 World Whale Conference in Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia. Hosted by The World Cetacean Alliance and Fraser Coast Tourism, the conference brought together cetacean scientists, conservationists and whale tourism operators from all over the world to share their knowledge and passion for our cetaceanContinue reading “World Whale Conference”
For the very 1st time in Aotearoa NZ, 10 willing participants journeyed through the 4.6 billion years of our planet’s history to the present day, learning about key evolutionary events as they walked round the Hatea Loop in Whangarei on 25th September. The Hatea Loop is the perfect length with 1m being equal to 1Continue reading “Deep Time Walk”