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Spotless crakes/pūweto are a great indicator of the success of a wetland restoration. Ranger Rose has been monitoring pūweto in Waikato’s Peat Lakes where restoration work is being carried out.

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DOC Biodiversity Ranger, Fiona Gordon, tackles woody weeds in the Wairua River Reserve with help from volunteers and NorthTec students.

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Come behind the scenes and into the jobs and personalities of the people who work at DOC. Today we profile Waikato ranger Michael Paviour.

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The future success of a project led by local hapu to protect tuna (freshwater eels) in Whangarei’s Mangakahia and Wairua River catchments, lies in collaboration.

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Earlier this month DOC and Fonterra held a community open day to celebrate the Living Water partnership in Hikurangi, Northland.

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