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Emma Tepaeru Kainuku-Walsh: Why I volunteer

Saturday 12 October 2019 | Published in Environment

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Emma Tepaeru Kainuku-Walsh: Why I volunteer
Emma is passionate about the enua and the moana; the environment. 19091613

Te Ipukarea Society is a not-for-profit charity that relies on public assistance. Emma Kainuku-Walsh is one of our hard-working volunteers doing environmental education, guiding cross-island walks, and helping in the Takitumu Conservation Area.

Te Ipukarea Society is a not-for-profit charity that relies on public assistance. Emma Kainuku-Walsh is one of our hard-working volunteers doing environmental education, guiding cross-island walks, and helping in the Takitumu Conservation Area.


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