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Mahia Peninsula is an Isthmus island on the East Coast of the North Island between Gisborne and Napier. In July 2010 the local community of Whangawehi raised the issue of the potential effects of the Mahia Beach Community Waste Water System and other land uses on the water quality of the Whangawehi stream, the estuary and the mahinga kai beds outside the river mouth.

The mission of the James River Association is to be a guardian of the James River. We provide a voice for the river and take action to promote conservation and responsible stewardship of its natural resources. RA monitors the river, responds to problems, seeks policy changes, and implements on-the-ground projects to restore the river’s health. We protect through our Watershed Restoration, James Riverkeeper, and River Advocacy programs.

Producing premium food and wine from South Australia’s Mount Lofty Ranges is a state priority – and it needs water. The State Government is committed to this priority and is also striving to get the balance right to make sure that while productivity is optimised, the region’s environmental health is also preserved.

"Hi. My name is Hilary Kuhn and I live in Cape York in Tropical Australia. I am currently editing a book I have written on the Mitchell River that transects Cape York between the Coral Sea and the Gulf of Carpentaria. The story of the Mitchell River is a big story and includes its hydrology, ecology, Aboriginal legacy, catchment management with projections for the future."

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