Working together for healthy streams and strong communities

Project Twin Streams (PTS) is large scale environmental restoration project that works collaboratively to engage West Auckland communities around restoring the streams in their local neighbourhoods.

  • 800,000+ native trees and shrubs planted
  • 60,000+ volunteer hours streamside
  • 4212.8m2 weeds removed
  • 9.3km walk/cycleways
  • 98 art projects
  • 1 rongoā garden
  • 1 pā harakeke
  • 4 community gardens

What's Happening

Kia Ora to these awesome Birdwood School students who helped us plant native trees recently in Urlich Reserve!
#projecttwinstreams #ourfuture

Te Ukaipo Mercy Initiatives for Rangatahi Ltd
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Gobbled by a native NZ beetle! The obvious damage to this recently planted karamu plant at Oratia Stream is caused by a teeny tiny, endemic karamu flea beetle feeding on its leaves. Photo taken at Oratia Stream in Sunnyvale. #projecttwinstreams #nznativeinsects #thecycleoflife ... See MoreSee Less

How is your #plasticfreejuly going? This awesome infographic from @ecowithem_ has great ideas for storing food without using plastic. Our latest e panui has more ideas - What are your top tips? #projecttwinstreams #keepourstreamsclean ... See MoreSee Less

A big shout out to our 'school holiday fun with Project Twin Streams' attendees. You're never too young to start showing some stream care and love. #WaikumeteStream #GlenEden #rubbishcleanup #WaiCaremonitoring #planting ... See MoreSee Less

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left one is an edible choko, the other looks like a kapock vine that spreads over other trees

Rongoā 4 Adults - Friday 13th July 10-12pm @ Ranui Community Public Library. Free as part of Matariki Celebrations.

An introductory workshop - come along and learn more about New Zealand’s native plants and their traditional healing powers!
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New Zealand Garden Bird Survey ends this weekend - how many birds have you managed to spot?!

New Zealand Garden Bird Survey
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