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Award-winning presenters warm up at strategy and policy meeting

by 6 Sep 2007Marine farming, Sedimentation0 comments

Returning from voyage up Dyers Creek

Back in the Harbour: Students reap their reward for an award-winning environmental project—a voyage up Dyers Creek to where they had previously undertaken riparian planting as part of the Mahurangi Action Plan. Biomarine Limited kindly responded to a Friends of the Mahurangi request and placed an oyster barge and crew at the students’ disposal. photographer Ira Seitzer

The students’ Stream Rescue Team can be seen in action at Rodney District Council’s strategy and policy meeting this Thursday at 9‍ ‍am.

Representatives of the Stream Rescue Team, made up of 10–13-year-old students from the Warkworth Homeschool Group and Warkworth Primary School, are making an official presentation on their actions and visions for the Mahurangi Harbour to Rodney District Council’s strategy and policy committee in the council chambers, Ōrewa.

The students would appreciate anyone who might have a few moments to attend and provide moral support, and to witness the group who will also be going to the South East Asian Survey Congress in Christchurch in October.

The presentation should take only about 10–15 minutes, so aim to be there a little before 9‍ ‍am.

We sincerely appreciate your consideration and support of these children’s activities.