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On the first Saturday of the month, except January, volunteers meet to wage war on weeds in Kakahu Bush.
Historic Lime Kiln, Halls Road, Kakahu
Mark Sutton from the Waiau Trust will be giving a talk on 'Wonderful wetlands in the Waiau Catchment.'
Southern Institute of Technology (SIT), Tay Street, Room B1-10
In Part 1, we looked at how microbes on a global scale influence concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, both by absorbing and producing the gas. Microbes are similarly involved with these other two important greenhouse gases.
WEA, 59 Gloucester Street (op. Art Gallery), Christchurch
The Waitākere Ranges are closed by Auckland Council to stop the spread of kauri dieback following the rāhui placed upon it by Te Kawerau ā Maki.
Kelston Community Centre, 126 Awaroa Road, Sunnyvale, Auckland
Kiwi Conservation Club Children’s Exploration Trip. Held at the Southland Community Nursery Education Centre. Please contact Chris or Bronwyn to register your interest.
Southland Community Nursery Education Centre
'The Sanctuary' is our braided river project on the Waimakariri and is a partnership project with the Parks and Reserves team of Environment Canterbury, in particular with Greg Stanley, who is doing wonderful work in the area.
Western end of Coutts Island Road, Belfast
This walk takes us from the Fernhill Bridge down the stop bank to the Waitangi Regional Park.
A change is as good as a holiday. Instead of a weekend field trip our August “trip” will be a behind the scenes tour of the Canterbury Museum’s bird store.
Meet Valerie at the Moa display just off the Museum shop at 1.20pm.
To catch up from last year on how things are progressing. What has changed?
Barrytown Settlers Hall, 6 Cargills Rd, Barrytown 7873
ECO conferences are always enjoyable and stimulating, full with good company and speakers who are leaders in their field. You will go home full with ideas, energy and action-points: and good healthy food too. Registrations costs are reasonable, and t
Pukemokimoki Marae, 191 Riverbend Road, Onekawa, Napier
Join us for spring maintenance to look after the plants at Mahoe-nui Bush, a patch of remnant forest on the Port Hills behind Sumner.
Drive up to Evans Pass (behind Sumner) and turn right onto the Summit Road and after 900m park on the left.
Big tree planting day for families at Bushy Point. Contact Barry for more details.
Combined with Kiwi Conservation Club. Contact Bronwyn at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Bryson Rd, Otatara
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