In the Garden in March

The nature of nature is change and rhythm and now days are shortening and temperatures are easing. Plants are preparing for winter- ripening their seed, sending starches down the roots. Autumn offers the opportunity of harvesting crops to store over … Read More

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Asian Paddle Crab Monitoring Expands

The Okiwi Community Ecology Project has been carrying out its annual Asian Paddle Crab monitoring in the Whangapoua estuary since November. The students of Okiwi School are experts at this conservation mahi and this season has seen two juvenile pest … Read More

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Dark Sky Sanctuary

A Sparkle of Stargazing Have you been looking up and wondering what it is that’s sparkling down at you? Well here’s a stargazing snippet just for you. Turn all the lights off, go outside and take 10 minutes for your … Read More

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From the Airwaves

Each week Tim Higham gets to the heart of Island Life on Aotea Great Barrier Island through interviews on AoteaFM Interviews from Monday 19th February Aiming High – An interview with Kaitoke School Principle Leanne Eloff Kaitoke School recently completed … Read More

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