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Tāngaro Tuia Te Ora

Re-igniting survival through revival

Taking action for our most endangered species for healthy biodiversity in Aotearoa

Drains are Streams

Here in Aotearoa our freshwater awa (rivers) and roto (lakes) have widespread pollution and declining quality. 45% of our awa are now unsafe for swimming and sadly, our freshwater native fish, including tuna (longfin eel) and many whitebait species, are in serious trouble.

You can help by supporting our project "Drains are Streams" which will enable people to adopt a stream and restore waterways for our most endangered freshwater fish.

Footage: Jason Burton

We aim to protect the rarest of Aotearoa’s species by mobilising movements and supporting conservation projects to ensure healthy, biodiverse ecosystems.

Find out more about the work we undertake to advocate for our most endangered species and how we can all take action to protect the rarest of our rare.

Over 7500 of our indigenous species are in danger of being lost forever. Help protect Aotearoa's most vulnerable taonga by joining us and donating today.


Ngutukākā Festival

Join us for an unforgettable experience, starting with an Endangered Species Garden Tour at Tikapa Marae, led by expert Graeme Atkins, journey through the nation's top Ngutukākā garden, enjoy local kai and an insightful talk at the marae. Tickets include a stay at the Tikapa Campground for a chance to witness the breathtaking first sunrise and much, much more.
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