Have you ever watched our Stream Restoration Comedy?!

Click on the link below to view…


The Project Twin Streams team has been active in your community for the past 13 years, so we’re taking a moment to find out what you think of what we do – and how we can do it better.

We’d be grateful if you could take a few minutes to answer a few questions and give us some feedback.

To start just click on this link:

Thank you!

Noho Ora Mai

The Project Twin Streams Team


Come to our Community Planting Day!

Wirihana Reserve

Saturday May 14th 2016 from 1pm-3pm

All Welcome!

Please click on the flyers below for further details

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Come and Join Us!

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We look forward to seeing you there…

Banded Rail Discovery

Recently a female Banded rail bird was found in the Henderson Creek. Unfortunately she had been killed by a predator — but given that their conservation status lists them as ‘declining’ it is very promising news that they are in the vicinity! Keep an eye out for more…

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Rare banded rail found in Henderson Creek

You can find out more information about these at risk birds here: http://www.doc.govt.nz/…/…/birds-a-z/banded-rail-moho-pereru


What if our last act could be a gift to the planet?http://www.awillforthewoods.com/#home

If you’re interested in this free movie screening please email: info.cemetery@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz or call 09 818 5615 during office hours. Only 100 seats available.

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NZ RiverPrize 2015

Project Twin Streams was short listed as a finalist for the 2015 New Zealand Riverprize. The NZ Riverprize was open to applicants anywhere in the country who could demonstrate outstanding, visionary and sustainable programs in river management, restoration or protection – regardless of the size of the river of the scale of the project. Applicants were judged by an independent panel of experts in a range of river management fields.

The winner was be announced at the International Riversymposium in Brisbane and we extend our warmest congratulations to the winner the Aorere River Inititative – winner of NZ’s inaugural RiverPrize. Aorere, a farmer-led catchment project in the Tasman District, has worked hard to improve not only the health of the river and coastal environment but also created community cohesion by supporting both dairy and marine farmers to coexist in a sustainable way.

The competition was an amazing reflection of the innovation and ingenuity of New Zealanders facing a plethora of water related challenges and we are proud to have been counted among them as a finalist.

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