ACT NOW to protect Māui Dolphin
The Māui and Hector Dolphins Threat Management Plan is under review and now is our chance to speak up for Māui dolphin! There are only ~63 Māui dolphins left in the world – serious action is needed to ensure we don’t lose this special species on our watch. The best way you can stand up for our native taonga is to write a submission calling for the strongest protections possible. Submissions close 4th August.
Protecting Māui Dolphins is a priority for WEC. We believe serious action is needed to protect this species, the marine ecosystem and the future of any fishing industry here in NZ.
WEC is concerned that the current proposals don’t have enough focus on the long term protection of the marine ecosystem. We want to see a future where Māui are plentiful and understand that they are an indicator species of marine health as a whole. We want to support you, the Raglan community to make submissions that count. We know Raglan cares about Māui dolphins and our oceans as much as we do….our futures depend on a healthy environment – both on land and at sea.
Let’s take the time to consider and communicate proposals to protect this vulnerable species.
Come play your part and help create a plan for Fisheries/DOC to review – let’s tell them how we want to save Māui dolphins and protect our oceans! Join us on Saturday from 3pm in the supper room to weave our plans together & write effective submissions – all welcome.
Our vision is that Whāingaroa is an environmentally sustainable, healthy and resilient community.
You’ll find us in the Town Hall on Raglan’s main street. We have a range of information displayed on local environmental issues, promote environmentally sustainable practices in our community and deliver environmental education programmes and workshops.
Come and get involved, meet people, help us make a difference to our environment and the well-being of our community.
Find out more about our awesome projects and the upcoming events in and around Whaingaroa/Raglan.
Meet some of our partner organisations and people who support our environmental projects.
Join the Whāingaroa Community Gardens
We coordinate the community gardens in Raglan to ensure this community space (and the plants within it) flourishes.
We take every opportunity to enable our community to access healthy sustainable organic food.
Regular gatherings enable community connection and sharing of abundance through exchange of homegrown or homemade goods.