Published on 4th May 2017 by

In a very personal story, Miriama Kamo takes us to the lake where generations of her family have grown up catching eels and enjoying classic kiwi summers at the beach – but now the family find that their beloved lake Wairewa is so poisoned that some say it’s dying. Could an ambitious plan for the lake make it a model for saving poisoned and dying waterways? Subscribe to Journeyman here:

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