Risks to our Catchment

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  • Fostering behaviours of belonging
    Visit WAI Wānaka’s Givealittle page now Welcome to our first fundraising campaign! WAI Wānaka’s relationship with schools is flourishing. More… Read more
  • Science Blog II
      Kia ora kotou, Hopefully you’ve had a chance to read the first part of my blog series focussed on WAI Wānaka’s contributions… Read more
  • New research commissioned
    We are excited to announce a project with the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) to start a short-term study of currents in Lake Wānaka. This is the first research of its type on the deep-water lakes in our area. Read more
  • Community spirit at it’s best!
    In this newsletter we celebrate the spirit of working together and give you an update on what's been happening so far this year in WAI Wānaka's thriving education programme. Read more
  • Science Blog
    This blog is the first of three, highlighting key research about environmental issues that WAI has contracted and related research conducted by other agencies from across Aotearoa. Read more
  • An education in eels with WAI Wānaka
    Aaliyah Pakau-Timoti is studying for a Bachelor of Animal Science at Massey University in Palmerston North, majoring in breeding and genetics. This summer she has… Read more
  • Pack a punch with your summer lunch
    We wish you a very happy New Year 2022. In this blog you'll find out what we've been up to and learn all about weeds vs pest plants, even discover some you can eat with your lunch! Read more
  • Rural update 10 Nov 2021
    “We absolutely loved the Farm Tour so much. You created a wonderful welcoming environment and we learnt heaps..." Read more

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