Te Tauihu

Te Tauihu

Based at the top of the the South Island the Te Tauihu Collaborative group is focused on environmental education in the widest context of community.

We are committed to working together to understand the full extent of environmental education for the benefit of the whole community, and creating opportunities to make connections and encourage conversations and collaborations.

Who We Are

We acknowledge the role and guidance of the Kotahitanga mō te Taiao Alliance.

Collaborating partners include representatives from councils, government agencies, environmental education providers, community organisers and teachers/educators.

We encourage anyone interested to join our working group, currently made up of representatives from:

  • Tasman District Council 
  • Nelson City Council
  • Garden to Table Trust
  • Enviroschools
  • Tasman Bay Guardians 
  • Motueka Kahui Ako within school teacher
  • Natureland
  • NZ Marine Studies Centre
  • Whenua Iti
  • Nature conservancy
  • NZAEE National Executive

What We Do

We look for opportunities to work together or match schools and teachers with the best programme for their learning journey.

Our first priority when our group formed was getting to know each other and what we do. More recently we have been focusing on letting teachers know about the environmental education opportunities, including collaborating to produce a shared calendar of events.

Click here for our 2024 Term 2 Calendar of Events

Te Tauihu Environmental Educators

Here is a list of the environmental educators who are working in our region. Each listing has contact details, and extra detail is provided for those who are NZAEE members.

Our councils are Enviroschools providers and produce newsletters regularly, here's the link to the latest one:

February 2024 Newsletter

Get in Touch

Please email the address on the left hand side if you want to know more, have an event you would like to share, or a suggestion for a topic or focus for an event.

Or keep an eye on our Facebook page, which will be used to promote learning and networking opportunities.