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Paul Bensemann has documented the long battle to save the forests and the book "Fight For The Forests" is being launched at the Craig Potton Gallery at 5.30pm on 22 November.
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255 Hardy Street, Nelson
Please join us for Spring plant maintenance at the Lower Site, Mahoe-nui Bush.
Meet at the corner of Wakefield Ave and Colenso street(Sumner) at 9am to car pool up to the site.
End of year walk. Blue Lake on Opouahi Station. May encounter cheery chap in red suit. See you there.
On the 2nd of December KCC (Junior F&B members) are planning to meet at 11.30am at Cable Bay (Pepin Island side) for some rock pooling and to see who can find the most interesting creature.
Cable Bay (next to Pepin Island)
Early Christmas get-together for members – new and old. Nibbles and drinks at Zookeepers, Tay Street, Invercargill, 5pm-6pm.
Zookeepers, Tay Street, Invercargill
Te Rere Penguin Count. To book contact Brian Rance.
Our next branch meeting is at New Coasters/CoRe, 38 Albert Street, Greymouth
Please bring a plate for a shared lunch.
Sunday 9th December 10am till 2pm.
38 Albert Street, Greymouth, 7805
Camp at St James Station, a former high country sheep and cattle station. The station was purchased by the government in 2008 as a means of protection from intensive farming and development as well as guaranteeing public access.
St James Station, Clarence Valley
Philip Simpson will talk on the ecology, forest, and birds that are present in the Abel Tasman National Park and his new book 'Down the Bay'.
Tahunanui School Hall, 69 Muritai St, Tahunanui, Nelson
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