One of the highlights of the first couple of weeks was our Pōwhiri at Wharekawa Marae. We were made extremely welcome by Ngāti Paoa and Ngāti Whanaunga
Kayaking on Lake Pearson - a high country lake near the Main Divide, South Island
Since 1999, and in partnership with the UNH Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, the EcoQuest Education Foundation has offered an intensive program of applied field studies with a dual focus in education and research.
Rigorous academic pursuit and hands-on learning from the mountains to the sea. Full immersion learning at a diversity of sites in the North and South Islands.
Programs are accredited by UNH and are open to highly motivated students from institutions across the US and around the world. To date, students from over 80 US Universities and Colleges have attended our programmes. All students are registered for academic credit through UNH and this credit may be transferred directly to the participant’s home institution.
EcoQuest Fall 2016, Coromandel Ranges
Welcome to EQiwi - the place for alumni and friends of EcoQuest.