UWHI

Combining traditional Māori art and craft with science to combat lake weed

Climate Change

Te Ara ki Kōpū: Te Arawa Climate Change Strategy

Biosecurity

Bolstering protection on our lakes

Moving forward together with purpose and confidence

Te Arawa Lakes Trust is responsible for the oversight and management of Te Arawa’s settlement assets, including the region’s 14 lakes.

Te Arawa Lakes Trust was established in 2006 to receive, manage and administer the trust funds on behalf of and for the benefit of present and future members of Te Arawa.

He Maimai Aroha – the passing of Dr Sir Toby Curtis

Kimihia rangahaua

Kei hea koutou ka ngaro nei!

Tēnā kua riro ki Paerau

Ki te huihuinga o te kahurangi ka oti atu koutou e!

Kua hinga te totara nui a Nopera (Toby) Tamihana Curtis 13.11.1939 – 17.08.2022

He tama nā Timi Te Po James Curtis nō Ngāti Rongomai, rāua ko Taipapaki Curtis (nee Paora) nō Ngāti Pikiao/Tainui.

Tangi details will be updated here

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Lani Kereopa joins Māori-led climate action platform

Te Arawa Lakes Trust welcomes the Climate Change Minister’s announcement of a new interim group tasked with constructing a framework for Te Ao Māori responses to the climate crisis. Te Arawa Lakes Chair Geoff Rolleston says, “The newly announced Māori climate action...

Te Waikai Otaota: Te Arawa Lakes Aquatic Weed Treatment Set To Launch

Te Arawa Lakes Trust is ready to deliver Te Waikai Otaota - Te Arawa lakes aquatic weed treatment plan as part of a multi-faceted approach to restoring the lakes and waterways across Rotorua. Operations Manager William Anaru says Te Waikai Otaota is one of the many...

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