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Stories about our work
Tā mātou Mahi
An innovative project to understand, identify and remediate barriers to fish migration is taking place in the Taranaki region.
Can strategic partnerships really make a difference to freshwater and farming?
Watch the video celebrating Living Water's 9 years of partnership for freshwater and farming
A round-up of all the mahi from the Waituna catchment as at July 2022
A round-up of all the mahi from the Pūkorokoro-Miranda catchment as at July 2022
A round-up of all the mahi from the Ararira/LII catchment as at July 2022
How Living Water made choices about where to work
How we collected information to inform decisions on what work to do
A round-up of all the mahi from the Wairua catchment as at July 2022
A round-up of all the mahi from the Waikato Peat Lakes catchment as at July 2022
The results are in and the fish are hooked on their new home
See our 2021 highlights, marking 8 years of our 10 year partnership
Using a sample of water, soil or sediment can detect species much more easily than electrofishing or intensive trapping
Seeing the catchment through a cultural lense to help us better manage modified waterways.
New Zealand birds and dairy farming have a special relationship. Learn more from bird experts and farmers about what's happening near New Zealand's Pūkorokoro-Miranda Shorebird Centre.
The biggest event on the Southland calendar.
From welcome signs to beautiful murals, the Ohaupo community have really taken to their wetland surroundings.
Manuka bundles, massive logs, making a two-stage channel - we're trying it all at Waituna Creek.