MURIWAI School students have been taking their out-of-class learning to the next level by investigating the health of an inanga-spawning site near their school.
In a segment of Pakowhai Stream, the students, from year 1 to year 8, monitor changes in habitat, water quality and study the aquatic life.
Reproduced from the Rongowhakaaata Newsletter...
E te tini e te mano, rarau mai ki ngā pitopito kōrero o Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust mo te marama o Hōngongoi 2016.
The successful Matariki Wānanga held from 23-24 July at Ōhako Marae provided the Īnanga Spawning Ground Restoration and Enhancement group with the opportunity to present background to their project which is a collaborative project between the Rongowhakaata Iwi trust and the Gisborne District Council.