2022 heralds Environment Network Manawatū's 21st year as the environment hub for the Manawatū Region, with the key purpose of facilitating and enabling communication and cooperation, and increasing collective action amongst its member groups and the wider community. 

ENM currently underpins and celebrates the work of 64 member groups from throughout the Manawatū River Catchment with interests including biodiversity regeneration, freshwater management, citizen science, food security and resilience, sustainable living, alternative energies, and active transport. 

This programme gives these groups their voice to talk to their mahi and tells the story of ENM from its auspicious beginnings in 2001 to now.

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Recent interviews for the programme which can be accessed at www.mpr.nz
Aug 9, 2022
A radio show and podcast which celebrates Environment Network Manawatū and the many organisations it supports, produced by Manawatū People's Radio with the support of New Zealand On Air.
Aug 2, 2022
A radio show and podcast which celebrates Environment Network Manawatū and the many organisations it supports, produced by Manawatū People's Radio with the support of New Zealand On Air. Helen talks to Nigel Fitzpatrick from Sport Manawatū about their act…
Jul 19, 2022
This episode is a live broadcast of speeches and presentations from ENM's 21st birthday Celebration (with a presentation of the 4412 Kai Resilience strategy) which took place 16th June 2022.
Jul 5, 2022
Joanne Baird, manager of SuperGrans Manawatu talks about the incredible diverse work of this organisation in supporting people in developing essential day to day life skills through workshops and 1-1 mentoring.
Jun 28, 2022
Dave Mollard talks to the development and presentation of the 4412 Kai Resilience Strategy, the organisations that have made this happen and the future aspirations of the work in regard to increased city wide food resilience.