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Muri restoration efforts backed by United Nations

Friday 17 February 2023 | Written by Joanne Holden | Published in Environment, Local, National

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Muri restoration  efforts backed by United Nations
Restoration ecologist Brennan Panzarella, pictured far right, speaks with United Nations Development Programme representatives in the nursery where plants are being grown to heal streams in Muri. JOANNE HOLDEN/23021634 Muri Environment Care gave a progress report on its conservation efforts to representatives from United Nations Development Programme on Wednesday.

A United Nations official is throwing her weight behind the conservation efforts of a group dedicated to restoring Muri Lagoon, offering to support them in applying for funding beyond the US$50,000 (NZ$80,367) the global organisation has previously pledged to the group.

A United Nations official is throwing her weight behind the conservation efforts of a group dedicated to restoring Muri Lagoon, offering to support them in applying for funding beyond the US$50,000 (NZ$80,367) the global organisation has previously pledged to the group.


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