Offered :

This course was originally offered in 2022 Term 1 as four live sessions. We are now making these video recordings available on a free or koha (donation) basis.

Dates Originally Offered :

Wed 16 February, Wed 2 March, Wed 16 March and Wed 30 March 2022.

Description :

ENV210: Ecological Restoration Seminar: Wetlands, in collaboration with GoEco: This bi-weekly one-hour seminar series from 2022 Term 1 is now available as a four video recordings. Wetlands are the kidneys of our landscape. In this series of evening talks, our speakers reflect on the unique aspects of wetlands, relevant science and innovation. This course is offered for free but your donations are greatly appreciated.

Pricing options

This course was originally offered as a live-streamed course in 2022 Term 1. We are currently offering the video recordings on a pay what you can koha basis. Please choose one of the options at the right to gain access to the course materials.

Course curriculum

    1. Wetlands Education and Advocacy with Karen Denyer

    2. Session 1 Video recording: Wetlands education and advocacy with Karen Denyer, recorded 16th Feb 2022

    1. eDNA 101 with Bruno David

    2. Session 2 Video recording: eDNA with Bruno David, recorded 2 March 2022

    3. Constructed Wetland Guidelines

    1. Session 3: “How Wetlands Help: Managing Farm Nutrient Losses” with Chris Tanner

    2. Session 3 Video recording: How Wetlands help : managing Farm Nutrients Losses with Chris Tanner recorded on the 16th March 2022

    1. Session 4: “Te Reo o te Repo: Ruru & Kawau: Whakapapa/Ecology in Relation to the Waikato River System” with Cheri van Schravendijk-Goodman

    2. Session 4 Video recording: Te Reo o te kapao: Ruru & Kawau: Whakapapa/ ecology recorded on the 30th Mar 2022

About this course

  • Free
  • 9 lessons
  • 3 hours of video content

Prerequisites :

There are no prerequisites for this course.

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