Auckland Foundation identified the Hauraki Gulf/Tikapa Moana/Te Moananui-a-Toi as a place that needed funding, following the publishing of the State of our Gulf 2020 report, to help with the immense challenge of regenerating the Gulf.
A juvenile orca became stranded on rocks near Plimmerton on Sunday afternoon, 11 July 2021.
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The Jobs for Nature programme helps revitalise communities through nature-based employment and stimulate the economy post COVID-19.More
Amid karakia and waiata, the orca calf known as Toa was farewelled by around 70 people at Plimmerton Boating Club at dawn this morning before being taken for burial by Ngāti Toa Rangatira.
Despite a massive community effort to save the orca calf known as Toa, he has tonight died in the sea pen at Plimmerton Boating Club.
A reported sighting of an orca pod on the Kāpiti Coast is being investigated by air and sea, while the orca calf remains stable at the Plimmerton Boating Club.
A big injection of Jobs for Nature funding will create much-needed jobs and financial security for families in TeTairāwhiti, and has exciting prospects for conservation in the region, Conservation Minister Kiri Allan says.More