Hauraki Gulf field trial

Healthy Waters, Healthy People

The worlds first catchment-wide real-time water quality monitoring trial will be the inaugural data gathering exercise for RiverWatch. We will be working in partnership with Ngai Tai ki Tamaki, Friends of Te Wairoa, Callaghan Innovation, Spark NZ, and the Clevedon Valley community to establish an IoT network with a series of connected devices. This project is supported by Gulf Innovation Fund Together and is helping to gather information on the mauri of the Hauraki Gulf.


Baseline monitoring for Riparian rehabilitation

We are currently in negotiation to set up a field trial in the Wairarapa. This project will run for 3 years and look at the impacts of stock exclusion from streams and the benefits of riparian planting to water health.