Ka whakamatau - Experiments Dr Anderson (Landcare Research), Georgia and Tumai (Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ōtepoti) interview Dr Angela Brandt from Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research we talk plants, experiments, birds, disease, the AIHUKA art auction and of course MOTHS. The whakatauki for today’s show He pakaru a waka e taea te raupine mai - “A damaged vehicle can be repaired” Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nz
Dr Anderson (Landcare Research), Lilly and Maia (Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ōtepoti) interview Dan Tompkins from Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research we talk birds, disease, Predator Free 2050 the AIHUKA art auction and of course MOTHS. NZ Garden Bird survey bit.ly/2rM3U1f Ka mate Kāinga tahi, ka ora kāinga rua There is more than one way to achieve your objectives Moth - Ikaraki Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nz
Dr Anderson (Landcare Research), Maia, Moka, Lilly, Reta, Anna, Jaz and Marcia (Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ōtepoti) interview Sue and Latu from Zelandia, Wellington. We talk Birds, Tuatara, Reptiles, Science, kaitiakitaka, Kawakawa, and of course MOTHS. Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nz
Kevin Prime is of Ngati Hine, Ngati Whatua, Tainui and Welsh descent. He lives in Motatau with his wife Margaret, and has 13 children and 19 grandchildren. Kevin was named Conservationist of the Decade in the 1990s and has long been a role model in the community, in roles with various companies, trusts and community organisations in areas relating to philanthropy, health, conservation, justice, Māori development, education, environment, forestry, farming and sport. Broadcast on Otago...
Our interview today is with the amazing Jinty MacTavish. We talk Science, sustainability, kaitiakitaka and local body politics and of course MOTHS. Jinty is a graduate of the University of Otago and former Dunedin City Councillor. Jinty works with the Orokonui Halo Project and has "a passion for environmental and sustainability causes". “Iti Te matakahi, pa-ngā-ia ki te Tōtara pakaru ai" The small wedge can bring down the mightiest Totara Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nz