79 days ago

Conservation funds welcome your donation...

The Team from Momentum Waikato

Many people want to volunteer for conservation work, but more money is always needed to resource the labour offered.

Which is why there are three conservation-focused philanthropic investment funds at Momentum Waikato - donations grow ongoing income for local activities.

The Fund for Nature Hauraki-Coromandel support includes kiwi protection, trap building and training.

The Waikato Catchment Ecological Enhancement Fund supplies plants and pest control kit.

The Waikato Hauraki Conservation Fund is a ‘gap filler’ for things that volunteers need that are not usually funded.

Want to know more? Click here and select Fund title.
See all funds

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More messages from your neighbours
14 hours ago

Poll: Does the building consent process need to change?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

We definitely need homes that are fit to live in but there are often frustrations when it comes to getting consent to modify your own home.
Do you think changes need made to the current process for building consent? Share your thoughts below.

Type 'Not For Print' if you wish your comments to be excluded from the Conversations column of your local paper.

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Does the building consent process need to change?
  • 93% Yes
    93% Complete
  • 6.7% No
    6.7% Complete
  • 0.3% Other - I'll share below!
    0.3% Complete
342 votes
3 days ago

What's your favourite piece of Waikato history?

Libby Totton Reporter from Waikato Times

Car parks inspired a milking shed design that took off around the world and became a piece of Waikato District history.

A hundred-year-old church and gravestones from the 1880s will also feature as the district turns the spotlight on its past for its first Heritage Day on April 20.

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5 hours ago

Care you can count on

Hilda Ross Retirement Village

With the many friends she has made and the special bond she shares with her caregivers, the village has become an extension of Dora’s family.

Click to learn more about Dora’s experience at a Ryman village.

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