Tangonge Wetlands

Oct. 19, 2021, 1:29 p.m.

Waikarere talks about her mahi with the Tangonge Wetlands and the significance it has to the health of the environment and our people.  

Environmentalists have long been looking to preserve our wetlands which can be referred to as the kidneys of the earth cleaning the water that flows into them. Recently Waikarere Gregory was part of an international wetland conference and continues to work with other local kaitiaki to preserve the wetlands in Te Hiku o Te Ika.

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