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Learning with Project Twin Streams

PTS staff spend a lot of time as part of their work with community on education – educating to make changes now and for all our futures. Here’s snapshot of recent educational activities:                      

Bats Discovered at BioBlitz in our PTS area

Bats Detected at BioBlitz 2017! Hosted by Auckland Museum, BioBlitz 2017’s focus was to connect communities to their natural environment.This exciting biodiversity survey carried out over 24 hours aimed to record as many of the living species found at Opanuku Stream as possible. It brought together scientists, naturalists, students and members of the public with diverse knowledge, expertise and interest in the natural environment to learn about… Read more »

What’s Happening Now

Project Twin Streams continues its great work by engaging community to maintain restored streams and waterways in West Auckland. Community in these areas, and wider Auckland, are welcome to engage in maintaining these key sites. Through its contracted Community Organisations the project continues to offer opportunities for the public to engage in environmental restoration, exercise kaitiakitanga and… Read more »

Project Twin Streams’ Community Coordinators’ Contact Details

We’d love to hear from you – find your community coordinator below: OPANUKU & ORATIA  Tina Samuelu P: 09 836 3458 M: 022 1054 038 E: Esteban Hevia P: 0226440767 E: Based at: MPHS HUB West 27 Corban Ave (Corner Bruce McLaren Rd and Corban Ave) Henderson South RANUI-MASSEY & SWANSON Cecily Mantell P: 09 833… Read more »

PTS Feature Film

Have you ever watched our Stream Restoration Comedy?!   Click here to view…     

What Do You Think of PTS?

PTS SURVEY 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… Read more »