Swimmable Rivers - Manawatū Public Meeting

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at 07:00 PM · 123 rsvps
All Saints Community Centre in Palmerston North, New Zealand

Let's make the Manawatū River swimmable again!

New Zealanders have been let down by a Government that has done nothing for freshwater except shift the goal posts and rebrand dirty rivers as clean rivers. But the Green Party are fighting for rivers that are truly clean enough to swim in.

Our MP Catherine Delahunty has already visited the Ruamāhanga, Selwyn, Waitara, Tarawera, Lucas Creek and Tukituki rivers. Her next stop is the Manawatū River.

Catherine is hosting a public meeting in Palmerston North to talk about national solutions desperately needed to help the local efforts to save the Manawatū River. Please join Catherine and local guests who’ve been working hard to save the Manawatū River.

New Zealand’s rivers can be clean enough to swim in, but only if the Government makes a commitment to truly swimmable standards. Communities, tangata whenua, industry and farmers can’t clean rivers on their own. They need the Government to help.

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