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EMR is a national programme
of experiential learning about
marine conservation

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EMR is a national programme
of experiential learning about marine conservation
Pu Korero / Experience Tautohito / Action Mahia

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We have a sister programme in one state of Australia.
We provide schools and their communities with
the expertise and knowledge to experience their local
marine environment first-hand, fostering kaitiakitanga.
EMR is established in nine regions of NZ
with a team of 20 coordinators

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27,834 Students have gone through the EMR Programme
Since 2002, EMR has guided snorkel experiences in marine reserves around New Zealand involving 27,834 students (39,304 including teachers and whanau).

EMR increases awareness and encourages action and support for marine conservation.

EMR's total engagement reach is 49,432
New Zealanders
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Latest News

June 14, 2017

Mountains to Sea Wananga a success

The Mountains to Sea convervation trust explored citizen science, with 58 participants held at Omaha Marae in Leigh.
April 17, 2017

Enter the Bobby Stafford-Bush EMR Ocean Art Comp

If you attended one of our Community Guided Snorkel Days, guided snorkel experiences or partcipated in the full EMR programme in any of our operational regions - your eligable to enter our competition! See the criteria here
March 31, 2017

5 Rotoroa tickets left!

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March 17, 2017

Mathesons Bay Relocated

Due to poor weather conditions we are relocating to the beautiful Whangateau Harbour. Registrations will be from 10am to 2pm to match the tide. Park beside the playground past the Whangateau Holiday Park.

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