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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 28 coordinators

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Since 2002, EMR has guided snorkel experiences in marine reserves around New Zealand involving 35547 students (53866 including teachers and whanau).

EMR increases awareness and encourages action and support for marine conservation. We have guided a total of 54688 kiwis through our marine reserves.

EMR's total engagement reach is 71192
New Zealanders

Upcoming Events

27 Mar 2019
06:00PM - 09:00PM
Seaweek Quiz Night
30 Mar 2019
10:00AM - 03:00PM
Reotahi Snorkel Day - last one for season!
06 Apr 2019
08:00AM - 06:30PM
Rotoroa Snorkel Day

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bobby stafford bushThe Bobby Stafford-Bush Foundation supports this special EMR competition for young kiwis that have experienced the marine environment with EMR and display that passion and experience through art.

In addition to the EMR Action project prize, EMR picks a piece of art from each EMR region for the EMR annual competition trip to the Poor Knights.  Here are example’s from the 2015 finalists and winning representatives.

"Bobby was young but he was passionate about the sea, marine life, art, technology, inventing and making things. He was energetic and lived life to the full. He was a very capable young man who had his life ahead of him when he was so tragically killed in a car accident at 16 years of age in 2001. Some time has passed since Bobby died and the family have decided that the formation of a charitable trust would in a sense be a living document to Bobby and in essence be an extension of what if he had lived."

http://www.bobbystaffordbush.co.nz/

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