Community and Iwi proposal for the protection and development of the Wainuiwhenua lands, waters and ecosystems: The survey
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Survey closes 27th Tomorrow -5pm. You may like to comment.
A huge thank you to everyone who has filled out the survey so far, we have had over 170 responses, please help us get to over 200!
Please share the online survey with your friends, family and neighbours. We want as many people as possible to have their say at this stage of the process. There will lots of opportunities for input and discussion in the future as well but this gives us a solid base to work from.
You can find the survey here: www.surveymonkey.com...
The survey closes tomorrow: 5pm Friday 29 November.
And if you want more information on the proposals you can visit our web page: paekakariki.nz...
Wainuiwhenua Working Group
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