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EMR is a national programme
of experiential learning about
marine conservation

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EMR is a national programme
of experiential learning about marine conservation
Te Kura Moana - School of the Ocean

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We have a sister programme in one state of Australia.
We provide schools and their communities with
the expertise and knowledge to experience their local
marine environment first-hand, fostering kaitiakitanga.
EMR is established in 8 regions of NZ
with a team of up to 30 coordinators

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30,943 Students have gone through the EMR programme
Since 2002, EMR has guided snorkel experiences in marine reserves around New Zealand involving 30943 students (42685 including teachers and whanau).

EMR increases awareness and encourages action and support for marine conservation. We have guided a total of 48,063 kiwis through our marine reserves.

EMR's total engagement reach is 62,592
New Zealanders
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Upcoming Events

07 Jan 2018
10:00AM - 03:00PM
Snorkel Day - Reotahi
13 Jan 2018
08:00AM - 05:00PM
Motutapu Snorkel Day
27 Jan 2018
10:00AM - 03:00PM
Kai Iwi Lakes Snorkel Day

 

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Latest News

August 29, 2017

How to create a marine reserve proposal

Mountains to Sea Conservation Trust trustee Vince Kerr has recently completed the first stage of a web site project called: 'How to Create a Marine Reserve Proposal'.
July 16, 2017

Annual Poor Knights Trip 2017

Marine kaitiaki guardians from the Far North to Otago are rewarded with Poor Knights snorkel experience.
June 14, 2017

Mountains to Sea Wananga a success

The Mountains to Sea convervation trust explored citizen science, with 58 participants held at Omaha Marae in Leigh.

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