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Looking back – Thinking forward. An IKHMG Event

The Integrated Kaipara Harbour Management Group are hosting an exciting event in Te Hana on the 15th and 16th of November and we would love to see you all there!!! The Integrated Kaipara Harbour Management Group has been working with … Continue reading

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The “Second Report of the Land & Water Forum: Setting Limits for Water Quality and Quantity, Freshwater Policy – and Plan-Making Through Collaboration. April 2012” defines ‘collaboration’ (pg88): “Working with a wide…

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The IKHMG: A Collaborative Approach or Integrated Approach?

The “Second Report of the Land & Water Forum: Setting Limits for Water Quality and Quantity, Freshwater Policy – and Plan-Making Through Collaboration. April 2012” defines ‘collaboration’ (pg88): “Working with a wide range of interested parties in each aspect of … Continue reading

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Coastal Marine Spatial Planning – whats this mean for the Kaipara Harbour?

The Kaipara Moana He Mahere Rautaki Whakakotahi Integrated Strategic Plan of Action 2011-2021 indicates the use of spatial planning across the Kaipara harbour and catchment.  Particulary in response to promote integrated management, collaborative planning, addressing ongoing degradation of ecological, social, … Continue reading

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We’re in the Dargaville News.

DargavilleNewsDec2011 Clean-up for the Kaipara _ ..

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Kaipara Atlas….new IKHMG website

Been working on our new web site with Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research team in Christchurch.  Soooo exciting!  The dream of building the Kaipara Atlas was 3 years ago, so finally after funding received from Pacific Development and Conservation Trust (PDCT) … Continue reading

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Decolonising conservation

I just spent the last five days participating in the Society of Conservation Biology “Engaging Society in Conservation” themed International Congress, held in Auckland, NZ.  There were over 1800 people from 13 different countries, apparently, attending.  I managed to get … Continue reading

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