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Living Waters - January - Recreation

Created on 01 November 2012
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People enjoy the Porirua Harbour for all kinds of reasons. In this episode a range of people share with us their love of the harbour. But will they be able to enjoy these activities into the future?

(The wetland at Pauatahanui, where Pauatahanui Stream enters the Pauatahanui Inlet, is the largest remaining estuarine wetland in the lower North Island, and the Pauatahanui Wildlife Reserve has been established to protect the Inlet's environment and to restore damaged areas.)

More info: http://www.livingwatersdoco.co.nz/ 
Produced by: Pauatahanui Inlect Community Trust
Year: 2011
Language: English




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