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Tasman and Golden Bays, 3 National Parks - the Abel Tasman, Nelson Lakes and Kahurangi.  Richmond Forest Park, Waimea Inlet, Great Taste Trail for cycling, world records for clearest freshwater lake and deepest coldwater cave, New Zealand’s largest: sand spit, spider, freshwater spring and tidal range as well as the oldest rocks in the country.  Tasman... an outdoor enthusiasts heaven. 

Participating enviroschools

There are 28 Enviroschools in the Tasman region. That's a total of 4,838 students.

Featured Projects

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Students at enviroschools inTasman region are leading action and learning projects that are contributing to a more vibrant and sustainable community.  Here we profile some of their amazing successes >read more 

Newsletters

Ecobuzz

Ecobuzz is produced each term by Nelson City Council and Tasman District Council.  This electronic and hard copy mag is designed to be a useful resource for teachers and students alike, with information on different topics, events and competitions each term.The latest issue can be downloaded here.

Enviroschools Regional Partners in Tasman If your organisation would like to support the Enviroschools programme in Tasman please contact your Regional Coordinator.
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