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The Waitaki Whitestone Geopark presents:

Ki Uta Ki Tai

Everything is connected

  • Unique species and their connection to the Geopark

  • Interactions within ecosystems

  • Traditional ecological knowledge

  • Understanding the past to help us deal with the future

A presentation by Gareth Boyt:

Gareth has joined the council team as Biodiversity Advisor this year. He has a background in conservation, ecosystem monitoring and education with the Whare Wānanga framework and a passion for sustainable land management and healthy ecosystems. He lives on a small farm at Waianakarua with his wife and 1 year old son, where they grow flowers, vegetables and trees. He has a major interest in alternative forms of looking after our land (as opposed to the current “utilisation” of land), celestial observation and sees a bright future for our unique biodiversity through systems of incorporation and understanding rather than the current situation of segregation. Everything is connected...

6 - 7pm Thursday 19 November

Oamaru Library, 62 Thames Street and Live on the Geopark's Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/waitakiwhitestonegeopark

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