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kevin.archer@trc.govt.nz or fax 06 765 5097 Names: A list of all the names of students/teachers and accompanying adults must be given to Kevin Archer or the resource person hosting the visiting group at the start of the visit. Vehicle access: Parking for cars and buses is available at each venue. There is no vehicle access to either garden for school groups. Programme rotation: Depending on the activities chosen, it is possible for school groups to cover up to four activities in

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Pieces This issue looks closely at what a visit to the Rotokare Scenic Reserve offers teachers and their classes. While there are similar exciting resources in other parts of New Zealand, it is a very special place and being a pest-free sanctuary, is at the top end of the nature conservation spectrum. Educator Melissa Jacobson is pictured with one of the kiwi chicks currently staying at the reserve. Oakura School was recently presented with a Taranaki Regional Council

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not too late to enrol your class(es) in some of the innovative and interactive programmes available at either Puke Ariki (New Plymouth), ph (06) 759 6710 or at Aotea Utanganui( Patea), ph (06) 273 8354. For news, programmes, updates, photos and resources visit the Puke Ariki Education blog www.pukearikieducation.blogspot.com Junior students from Mangorei School had fun investigating the plant and animal life at Kawaroa in early May. A wide variety of species was

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page Term four is here already! S c h o o l s i n t h e e n v i r o n m e n t n e w s l e t t e r S IT E 2 0 IS S U E N O . O C T O B E R 1 5 7 5 I hope you all managed to get some rest over the last fortnight after what seemed to be a very wet term three. I am sure there were many times when you wondered if the wet weather was ever going to end. You had good reason to think that way, as according to Council records all of our

Minutes (meeting and hearing)

Groundwater Quality Report 2016- 2017, that presents the findings of a report into the state of and trends in the concentrations of nitrate in shallow groundwater resources within the region 2. receives the report State of the Environment Groundwater Quality Report 2016-2017 Technical report 2017-45 3. notes the findings of the analysis of state and trend data from the SEM groundwater programme 4. notes that Council officers are following up any elevated results with individual

Pukeiti Newsletter May 2019

(Ericaceae). Report to Botanic Gardens Conservation International (London); Massey University. 3 MacKay MB, Smith GF, Gardiner SE. 2017. New Zealand collections of Rhododendron as a resource for ex situ conservation. New Zealand Journal of Botany 55(2): 193-214. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0028825X.2017.1291434 page page 3 The return of toutouwai (North Island robin) to Pukeiti after a century or more is cause for celebration on more than one level. The little songsters have been seen

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What’s the Plan Stan? which is an excellent resource offering a range of activities designed to help schools prepare for emergencies. In 2012, I was overwhelmed with requests for support to help students prepare for an earthquake. I have already been asked to do so again by some schools and all such requests will be honoured. However, I’m not able to take any further requests for individual class lessons (exceptions being small country schools) but I will be

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linked to What s the Plan Stan? in many ways. Both programmes: Provide teachers with a range of resources and activities to incorporate disaster aware- ness and preparedness into teaching and learning programmes. Assist principals, school management and Boards of Trustees with the school s civil defence emergency management processes. Provide students and their families with relevant information in a format that is interesting, easy to understand and accessible

Predator Free School Guidelines

help with your planning. Once you are ready to get started, the Council can help with ongoing advice and support and help source the monitoring and trapping equipment required. Why do we need to control introduced predators? New Zealand has the highest rate of threatened species in the world. Around 81% of our birds, 88% of our reptiles and 72% of our freshwater fish are endangered. Most of our native species are not found anywhere else in the world. New Zealand has extraordinary

Taranaki Regional Council election FAQs

the electoral office on 0800 922 822. The signs have been pulled over or damaged. A It is the responsibility of each candidate to maintain their election signs. However, if a sign is a public safety matter, you will need to call the respective territorial authority: New Plymouth District Council: Council’s Manager Consents on 06 759 6060 South Taranaki District Council: Council’s Planning Team on 0800 111 323 Stratford District Council: Council’s