Mauri from mussels Mussel reefs once dominated the Hauraki Gulf. Bringing them back is key to improving its mauri, or life sustaining capacity. Find out more about why this project exists and why mussels are key.

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Wet Mussels

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ROG volunteers at Mahurangi

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Okahu Bay Marina

Love the Hauraki Gulf?

Got a special connection to the Gulf? Boaties, fishers, divers: Here’s how you can help the cause.

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60 tonnes of kūtai for Ōkahu Bay

Today we finish the job of depositing 60 tonnes of mussels / kūtai into Ōkahu Bay. Over the past two weeks our friends at NIML/Sanford have made three trips across from the Eastern Firth of Thames, bringing 20 tonnes of kūtai on each trip.

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About the Revive Our Gulf project

This video describes the Revive Our Gulf project.

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Government’s ‘Revitalising the Gulf’ plan a great starting point that will aid regeneration

In a much anticipated response to the Sea Change – Tai Timu Tai Pari marine spatial plan (2017), the Government took its first steps in tackling the long-signalled declining health of the Hauraki Gulf.

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We acknowledge the Treaty rights of mana whenua across Tīkapa Moana / Te Moananui ā-Toi.  All our projects are conducted in partnership and collaboration with iwi / hapū and the wider community.

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