Welcome to Environment Network Manawatu

Be part of the solutions to the challenges our environment is facing

 
Environment Network Manawatu is a network of over fifty member organisations that fosters and encourages environmental initiatives in the Manawatū, in areas ranging from sustainable living to wildlife conservation.
 
See our diverse range of member groups
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The COVID-19 Alert is now at Level 1.

At Alert Level 1, everyone can return without restriction to work, school, sports and domestic travel, and you can get together with as many people as you want. It's still important that we keep the basic hygiene measures, including washing your hands and coughing or sneezing into your elbow. We should all continue to keep track of where we’ve been and who we’ve seen, to assist with rapid contact tracing if it is required.

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People across the world celebrated World Migratory Bird Day on 9th May, Saturday. This year the theme of World Migratory Bird Day is “Birds Connect Our World”. The theme was chosen to grow awareness of migratory birds and the need for international cooperation to preserve them. Visit worldmigratorybirdday.org for more information.

Our member group, the Manawatu Estuary Trust Inc., is a community conservation group dedicated to looking after the Manawatu River estuary, where migratory birds are found. The mission of the trust is to promote the protection of the natural environment of the Manawatu Estuary.  You can keep up to date with any news and stories from the group on their Facebook page.

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The COVID-19 Alert is now at Level 1.

At Alert Level 1, everyone can return without restriction to work, school, sports and domestic travel, and you can get together with as many people as you want. It's still important that we keep the basic hygiene measures, including washing your hands and coughing or sneezing into your elbow. We should all continue to keep track of where we’ve been and who we’ve seen, to assist with rapid contact tracing if it is required.