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Whangawehi Catchment Management Group

Mahia Peninsula is an Isthmus island on the East Coast of the North Island between Gisborne and Napier. In July 2010 the local community of Whangawehi raised the issue of the potential effects of the Mahia Beach Community Waste Water System and other land uses on the water quality of the Whangawehi stream, the estuary and the mahinga kai beds outside the river mouth.
Published in Eastern North Island
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Friends of the Chicago River

Since 1979, Friends has been working to improve the health of the Chicago River for the benefit of people, plants and animals; and by doing so, has laid the foundation for the river to be a beautiful, continuous, and easily accessible corridor of open space in the Chicago region. Friends’ work spans the entire 156-mile Chicago River system and its surrounding watershed.
Published in Illinois
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Snowy River Interstate Landcare Committee

Addressing natural resource management issues in the Snowy River Catchment, the Snowy River Interstate Landcare Committee (SRILC) represents nine rural landcare groups across two states – NSW and Victoria, in the south-east of Australia. The region stretches from the Monaro in southern NSW to the northern reaches of Far East Gippsland in Victoria.

Published in South Watersheds
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Consejo de Cuenca Nazas-Aguanaval

El Consejo de Cuenca Nazas-Aguanaval, es una instancia de coordinación y concertación entre las dependencias y entidades, Federales, Estatales y Municipales y los representantes de los Usuarios del Agua, con el objeto de formular y ejecutar programas y acciones para la mejor administración de las aguas, el desarrollo de la infraestructura hidraulica y de los respectivos servicios, así como la preservación de los recursos de la cuenca.
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Published in Meuse-Maas

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