Kia hiwa rā Kia hiwa rā Te Arawa Whānui We are excited to let you know that we are now taking registrations for the Te Arawa Lakes Fishing Licence Ballot! In order to secure your registration please complete the form below by 14th September Click here for ballot registration form Key dates 6 AUG: Ballot…

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With the hunting season opening this Saturday 23rd May, Te Arawa Lakes Trust and Biosecurity New Zealand are reminding duck shooters to do their bit to avoid spreading damaging freshwater pests. “Unwanted freshwater pests such as didymo, lake snow, and hornwort are serious threats to the life of our incredible rivers, streams and lakes. Once…

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Rotorua Lakes Council have recently released a brochure pertaining to the arsenic levels in the main body of Lake Tarawera. It is currently slightly elevated and higher than the level considered safe for drinking and food prepartion. For more information, and recommendations, download a copy of the brochure here

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Kia hiwa rā! Kia hiwa rā! Te Arawa Whānui! To register for the Fishing Licence BALLOT please complete the Registration form Click here  The processing timeline for fishing licences is as follows: Thur 22 Aug – Registrations open Tues 17 Sep – Registrations close Wed 18 Sep – FREE licences issued to Te Arawa Koeke 65yrs+ and Ballot for under…

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The Te Arawa Lakes Trust received 328 registrations for Fishing Licences and have allocated 251 licences to our Beneficiaries. Here are the lists of those who will receive a subsidy for a licence in 2018. Read more below: Allocated Adult Fishing Licence 2018 Allocated Koeke Licenses 2018 Allocated U18yr Licenses 2018

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Kia hiwa rā! Kia hiwa rā! Te Arawa Whānui Registrations for Fishing licences are now open. To Register for a licence you MUST be a registered beneficiary of the Te Arawa Lakes Trust. Please download a Beneficiary Registration Form under Key Documents if you want to register. If you’re already registered and want to be included in…

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Our vision is that the Te Arawa taonga fishery is healthy, plentiful and sustainably managed, to ensure that our people have appropriate access to this fishery and that our tikanga and customary practices are promoted and recognised.” Tā Toby, Feb 2018. The key considerations for Te Kōmiti Whakahaere in the development of the proposed freshwater fishery…

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Rising sea levels, greater fluctuations of lake levels and increasing water temperatures pose a genuine threat to many hapū and their tāonga around the Te Arawa rohe, and a new group established to address these concerns has already identified key areas where it can make an impact. The Te Arawa Climate Change working group, established…

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We are embarking on a long term project to measure and monitor the health of our lakes, rivers, streams and wetlands, from a cultural point of view. We want to develop a way of doing so that is simple, measurable, and recognises the different ways in which whānau at each lake know that the environment…

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