Aramoana Environmental & Education Charitable Trust

The Aramoana Environmental & Education Charitable Trust was founded in September 2009.

It's aim was to:

  1. Raise the profile and increase community commitment to the Te Angiangi Marine Reserve, including assisting people of all ages and walks of like to have access to it.
  2. Facilitate the creation of visitor and education facilities, and ensure the continued protection and restoration of the Reserve.
  3. Educate schools and the general public about the need to conserve and protect marine environments and also educate schools and the general public of early coastal farming and Iwi history.
  4. Facilitate the planting of native species along the Hawke's Bay Coast with an emphasis on the Ouepoto Reserve and the land surrounding the Marine Reserve.

The Trust uses the historic Aramoana Woolshed as its base.

Manager and DOC Officer Rod Hansen.

Reference:

CHB Mail: FARM FOCUS:  August 2012: By Nicki Harper

 
 
 
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