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Native plantings breathe life into Motu oxbow

Gisborne Herald

Around 200 native trees and plants found a new home in an oxbow area on the Motu River in Matawai, as part of the Motu Catchment project. Motu Catchment project manager Lilian Harley organised with one of the farm owners Charles and Jane Rau to plant the area. Matawai School students were involved to help with the planting as they will be kaitiaki (guardians) of that area.