The Cawthron New Zealand River Awards celebrate the efforts and achievements of people who are committed to improving freshwater health in New Zealand.
The three award categories for 2021 were:
The Supreme Award which recognises a catchment community that has made the most progress toward improved river health;
The River Story Award which recognises individuals or community groups that have made major efforts to improve river health; and
The River Voice Award, which recognises an individual or group that has been an outstanding advocate and communicator about freshwater health issues in Aotearoa.
We are excited to share with you that Maraetotara Tree Trust was placed second in the Supreme Award – ‘Catchment With Most Progress Toward Improved River Health’.
Learn more about Maraetotara Tree Trust and their mahi over the last twenty plus years here.
26 November 2021
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