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The Puniu River flows from within the Pureora Forest, past four Marae: Mangatoatoa, Rawhitiroa, Aotearoa and Whakamarama through to Pirongia where it meets the Waipo River. It is a Waikato River tributory and at 57kms long, is one of the longest secondary tributaries in New Zealand. The Puniu river holds a cultural significance to local marae hapu and iwi. The river gets its name from the Patupaiarehe (Maori mythical being of human form) that travelled down the river from the Pureora Forest seeking knowledge of the future by supernatural means.

Savannah Riverkeeper serves as the primary guardian of the Savannah River striving to respect, protect, and improve the entire river basin through education, advocacy, and action. Savannah Riverkeeper strives to be an effective and sustainable organization solely focused on making the Savannah River a healthy and productive watershed ensuring the natural, economic, and recreational viability of the basin as a whole now and for generations to come. We accomplish these goals by working under the pillars of restoration, protection and education.

"The Missouri Confluence Waterkeeper is a grassroots, citizen-led conservation organization focused on clean water and dedicated to protecting fishable, swimmable, drinkable water for all Missourians. As your Waterkeeper, we are out on the rivers monitoring water quality, investigating pollution, working collaboratively to address issues, advocating for compliance with clean water laws, and prosecuting those who willfully violate them. Our goal is to engage, energize, and empower our local community in support of clean water here in Missouri. "

Créée en 1989, “Sauvegarde du Célé” compte aujourd’hui 500 adhérents. De Bagnac-sur-Célé à Bouziés, elle regroupe les riverains, les habitants permanents ou saisonniers, les usagers – qu’ils soient pêcheurs ou canoéistes et kayakistes – tous concernés par la préservation de la rivière Célé. L’Association compte aussi parmi ses membres des représentants des collectivités locales et d’autres associations dont l’activité se développe dans la vallée.

L’Agence du Bassin Hydraulique du Sebou, établissement public mise en place conformément à la loi sur l’eau 10-95, est l’institution chargée de la gestion intégrée des ressources en eau aussi bien superficielle que souterraine, à l’échelle du bassin versant de l’Oued Sebou, en coordination et concertations avec les différents usagers de l’eau : organismes publics, élus, privés, associations, chercheurs,…

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