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New Zealand’s problem with introduced predators and how the Sanctuary operates and educates are discussed by Sanctuary chief executive Ru Collin with host Judene Edgar on Fresh FM.

Iwi Perspective on The Brook Sanctuary

“It’s a no brainer that Whānau, Hapū and Iwi would want to support a concept like this, because it’s within our whakapapa as kaitiaki to look after the native the bush and reintroduce the tikanga of using and utilising nature.”How good is our new video featuring Iwi perspectives on The Sanctuary 🙂

Posted by The Brook Sanctuary on Tuesday, 9 June 2020

Concrete Valley – History of the Brook Waterworks

Interesting articles from The Prow

The Prow is a collaborative venture between the Nelson Public, Tasman and Marlborough District Libraries, Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology, and The Nelson Provincial Museum.
Brook Valley Nelson
Nelson essentials – water and sewage
Blick Cloth
Dun Mountain Railway (1862-1907)



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