The 20 Snap Shots below focus on the project’s local work and showcase some of the innovative ways in which the Project Twin Streams strands are being delivered on the ground. These examples use the methodology employed to provide a series suggestions that could be used not in future Project Twin Streams initiatives but also across other environmental projects in New Zealand.

Big Clean Up/Dads Day Out
Tags: family, clean up, kayaks
Business and School Collaboration
Tags; business, school, volunteer programme
Connecting the Gutter to the Stream to the Sea
Tags: stormwater, mapping, installation
Corban Estate Arts Centre Eel
Tags: art, collaboration, Paskifica
Flanshaw Road Primary School
Tags: art, school, book
Waitakere’s Underwater Life: Focus on Bugs DVD
Tags: DVD, stream monitoring, schools
Guardians of the Mauri, Nga Kaitiaki o Te Mauri DVD
Tags: DVD, school, streamlife
Hands on Tikanga Maori
Tags: Tikanga Maori, storytelling, music
Naturally Smarter
Tags: behaviour change, local government, sustainability
Oxley Creek Water Festival
Tags; water, festival, storytelling
Creating a Pa Harakeke
Tags: flax, Tikanga Maori, art
Shared Conversations in Ranui
Tags: networking, sustainability, peer support
Slow Flow, Green Bench
Tags; river, storytelling, mixed media
Travelling River
Tags: art, science, exhibition
Ulrich reserve sculpture project
Tags: art, collaboration, community
Vision Waitakere
Tags: elderly, sustainability, restoration
Waitakere Trust Art Awards
Tags; art, sponsorship, awards
Walkumentaries and Locative Learning
Tags: audio, GPS, walking tour
Weed hunt
Tags: school, games, weeds
Whaingaroa Harbour Care
Tags: water quality, rural, training

 


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