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MAHI

Enhancing community resiliency and ecological integrity

WAIHEKE COLLECTIVE

Project Coordinators

Emma and Cameron are coordinators of The Waiheke Collective -  a united network of individuals, community groups, organisations and agencies working together to amplify ecological efforts contributing to the natural environment on Waiheke island. This role involves project management, partnership brokering, relationship management, and facilitation.

Find out more about the Waiheke Collective here.

"Emma and Cam are efficient and manage the meetings and communications well, however what is impressive is that they always manage to inject some intrigue, networking and connectedness into the meetings, which brings out the best in participants."

- Nicky Elmore, Auckland Council

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PREVIOUS WORK

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ENVIROSCHOOLS WORKSHOPS

2019 - 2020

Emma and Cameron have designed and hosted several interactive workshops for Waiheke youth through their Enviroschools programme

NATIVE FOREST RESTORATION

FOREST AND BIRD

HAURAKI GULF 

2018 - 2020

Cameron manages two forest blocks on Waiheke Island for Forest and Bird. He has undertaken extensive weed management and native planting, and coordinated and hosted a number of community planting days

EMPOWERED ACTIVISM COURSE 

2019 - 2020

Emma designed, coordinated and facilitated a week-long immersive learning experience in Takaka, Golden Bay. This workshop provides tools and skills for regenerative activism in Aotearoa / New Zealand.

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ECOLOGICAL DESIGN

WAIHEKE ISLAND

2019

Nature Working, in partnership with Hursthouse Ecological and Why Waste provided Permaculture and Ecological design services for a large land owner on Waiheke Island.

COVID-19 RESPONSE 
WAIHEKE ISLAND

2020

Emma worked with community members to establish the Waiheke Volunteer Connection and Waiheke Kindness Pandemic during the COVID-19 lockdown period in New Zealand. These projects mobalised the community, creating support networks during a time of crisis. 

MAWHITIPANA VALLEY PROJECT
WAIHEKE ISLAND

2018 - 2020

Cameron and Emma lived and worked at Mawhitipana Valley project, managing the native forest and coordainting volunteers. They undertook extensive weed management and native planting, as well as establishing temporary infrastructure and gardens.

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