On this page, you'll find links and resources from Project partners, as well as links deemed important by the community, that align with the Project's vision and aspirations. Have links to add? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Department of Conservation
Te Hoiere/Pelorus River is part of DOC's Ngā Awa programme. Taking a whole catchment approach, Ngā Awa is working in partnership with others to restore the biodiversity of 14 rivers from mountains to sea.
One of the community's aspirations is oranga ngahau (people enjoy the outdoors), where residents and visitors enjoy relaxation and recreation on Te Hoiere land and waterways. Check out Pelorus Bridge with walking tracks for all ages, camping and more.
Marlborough District Council
Read about Te Hoiere/Pelorus as a freshwater management unit (FMU, as it relates to the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management.
Learn about planting and restoration, including species native to the area, controlling pests and plant survival.
Council has created a hub of information for freshwater farm planning, including the timing for roll out in Te Hoiere and Linkwater.
Links from the Community
The area from Te Hoiere/Pelorus to Havelock has a rich and varied history, from Ngāti Kuia’s arrival, to the thriving timber and gold industries of the 20th century and, now, forestry, aquaculture and tourism.
There are some related stories on Te Hoiere/Pelorus catchment from the Prow, a website featuring historical and cultural stories from Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough.
Check out historical images of Te Hoiere/Pelorus from various collections: