Weeds no match for Whaia Titirangi

Caring for the maunga are from back left, kaiako (teacher) Dianne Clough with Whaia Titirangi recruits Mihikura Te Pairi and Jordan Tibble and kaiako Fleur Bolton. The tamariki are, from left, Isaac Morete, Juniper Smith, Charlie Hooks Kirikino, Zosia Costello, Frankie Allen, Summer Hovell and Bentley Chapman. Picture by Ranell Nikora

The tamariki of Te Whare Tiaki Tamariki - Gisborne Community Early Childhood Education Centre have been doing their part to care for Titirangi Maunga/Kaiti Hill.

The Children and their teachers assisted the Whaia Titirangi project team at a recent volunteer day to remove weeks, particularly the purple holly-leaved senecio.

The tamariki are part of the centre's Nga Tamariki Whangai a Tane Mahuta (Nature Discovery Programme) team who are forging relationships with other kaitiaki of Titirangi Maunga.

The tamariki of Te Whare Tiaki Tamariki - Gisborne Community Early Childhood Education Centre have been doing their part to care for Titirangi Maunga/Kaiti Hill.

The Children and their teachers assisted the Whaia Titirangi project team at a recent volunteer day to remove weeks, particularly the purple holly-leaved senecio.

The tamariki are part of the centre's Nga Tamariki Whangai a Tane Mahuta (Nature Discovery Programme) team who are forging relationships with other kaitiaki of Titirangi Maunga.

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