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Monday, 6 March 2017

Te Taiao o Tamaki - River Talks


 Last week, we had a river talk at Omaru Creek. At the event, we had different types of people talk to us about problems that concern our rivers. The River talks programme is about asking the audience to confront the reality of dying and polluted rivers. River Talks task or in other words mission is to help stop pollution and rubbish being dumped in our rivers.

4 comments:

  1. Hi Alisha
    Writing about this river talk programme ,I really wish I was there.It shows how our community really thinks rivers shouldn't be treated as a dump and I think that too. Listening to them speak,did it worry you about our rivers ?

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  2. Talofa lava Alisha,
    My name is Timote, I study at Ruapotaka school. I’m one of your buddy for the quad blogging program. I am learning about pests. All I have done so far is an explanation. I think your story about the creek was excellent.
    Keep up the great work!

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  3. Heyy Alisha, Im really enjoying reading your work. Me and my school are studying about water pollution. And its good to see you having to learn about it to. I like how you said ( The River talks programme is about asking the audience to confront the reality of dying and polluted rivers ) \

    Keep up the good work

    Whitney / Glenbrae school

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  4. Heyy Alisha, Im really enjoying reading your work. Me and my school are studying about water pollution. And its good to see you having to learn about it to. I like how you said ( The River talks programme is about asking the audience to confront the reality of dying and polluted rivers ) \

    Keep up the good work

    Whitney / Glenbrae school

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