General News

WCEET 2020 Fund Recipients

June 30th, 2020

For the 2020 Funding Round the Trust has made grants to twenty four projects totalling $515,994.75. Hatepe Residents Association – Lower Hinemaiaia River Bush Restoration Waikato RiverCare – Taupiri Cemetary Planting Project Craigelea Farms Ltd – Craigelea Planting Project Manaaki Arapuni te Awa Wairakei Pastoral Estate and Ngati Tahu Ngati Whaoa – Wairua O Tahoukouri […]

WCEET 2019 Fund Recipients

May 23rd, 2019

For the 2019 Funding Round the Trust has made grants to eleven projects totaling $508,711.47 Waikato RiverCare Inc – Wai O te Atua Stream Project Howick Tramping Club – Northern Pureora Kokako Recovery Project TL & SL Taylor Limited – Taylor Wetland Fish and Game Auckland/Waikato Region – Frontier Farms Wetland Enhancement Project RiverView Oaks […]

WCEET 2018 Fund Recipients

June 27th, 2018

For the 2018 Funding Round the Trust has made grants to twenty projects totalling $507,775.76. Waikato RiverCare – Hickey Farm Project Waikato RiverCare – Butler Farm Project Waikato Regional Council – Waiapa Rerenoa River Restoration Project Fish and Game Auckland/Waikato Region – Frontier Farms Wetland Enhancement Project Dave and Leeann Gamble – Gamble Property Project […]

WCEET 2017 Fund Recipients

June 27th, 2018

For the 2017 Funding Round the Trust has made grants to twenty one projects totalling $662,012.04. National Wetland Trust – Rotopiko Restoration Mangakotukutuku Stream Care Group – Mangakotukutuku Stream Restoration Waikato RiverCare – Koheroa Road Project Black Farm Armer Farms (NI) Ltd – Armer Farms Willow Control Tangirau Restoration – Tangirau Wetland Restoration Project Bike […]

Project Update of Patrick Heaghan Wetland Restoration

February 2nd, 2017

Project Plan: This project encompasses a partially completed wetland restoration site conducted by the landowner. The area has been completely fenced and a small open water area has been created. The further works will substantially increase the total size of the wetland and when coupled with riparian plantings will enhance the waterfowl productivity of the […]

WCEET 2016 Funding Recipients

July 7th, 2016

For the 2016 Funding round the Trust has made grants to twenty three projects totaling $662,410.33. Whaingaroa Harbour Care Tunaeke Station Ngati Haua Mahi Trust Karapiro Stream Waikato River Trails Waikato River Howick Tramping Club – Northern Pureora Kokaka Recovery Project Waikato RiverCare – Lake Ohinewai Project Waikato RiverCare – Mangawara Catchment Waikato Regional Council […]

WCEET 2015 Funding Recipients

May 18th, 2015

For the 2015 Funding round the Trust has made grants to nine projects totalling $390,121.67 Waikato RiverCare – Taupiri Ki Weanganui Waikato District Council – Biological Control of Tradescantia N Simpson – Simpson’s Ruatawiri Wetland Project R Gedye – Te La Trust Restoration Project Bike Taupo Advocacy Group – Chinamans Wetland Willow Control South Waikato […]

Update on Waikato RiverCare Hakarimata A Extension Project

November 26th, 2014

Waikato RiverCare gets stuck into Hakarimata A extension project. Waikato RiverCare started site preparation on the WCEET funded Hakarimata project located a short distance out of Ngaruawahia Township, in November 2013.  The project in partnership with the Department of Conservation and adjoining private landowners aims to fence and re-vegetate the marginal strip reserve in autumn […]

WCEET 2014 Funding Recipients

November 25th, 2014

For the 2014 funding round the Trust has made grants to twenty three projects totalling $1,116,535 for the next five years as follows: Pikitu Marae – Mangaorua Stream Restoration D McCauley – Glenim Family Farm Lower Wetland Restoration Waikato Regional Council – Lake Mangahia Wetland Restoration Oraukura 3 Inc – Oraukura Willow Control Whareroa Station – Wetland Restoration Project Tongariro […]

2012 Trustees Project Sites Visit

July 20th, 2012

The Trustees of the Waikato Catchment Ecological Enhancment trust recently took the opportunity to visit projects which it has contributed funding to over the last few years. The day included visits to Lake Maratoto (off SH3 near Ohaupo).  Paul Smith from Waikato Regional Council met us on site and discussed the progress of protection of […]