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Join us for a morning tree planting at Karaka Cove Matherson Road, Red Beach 9.30 am. Wear clean sturdy footwear bring gloves. Park at bottom of Matheson Road walk up through the bush and take the right hand fork in the path.
Matheson Road Whangaparaoa
Sue has recently retired from Forest & Bird after 29 years as our Southern Field Officer. She is not pursuing other conservation adventures including a very recent trip to the sub-Antarctic islands.
Southern Institute of Technology Tay Street, Room B1-11
New Zealand’s natural ecosystems store such vast amounts of carbon that small changes in those stores can have a significant impact on the country’s contribution to climate change.
Tahunanui School Hall, 69 Muritai Street, Tāhunanui, Nelson
Adam Weller is the sustainability manager of a large company.
Kelston Community Centre, 136 Awaroa Road - corner Great North Road, Auckland
Te Rere Reserve is owned by Forest & Bird and is managed by the Southland Branch. It is a remote site and is accessed through private farmland. For this reason visits are only possible on an official Branch workday and groups need to go in and out
Te Rere Reserve
Meet and register at 9.30am at the parking area at the end of Coutts Island Road (just past 589 Coutts Island rR) - see map. There is about a 30 minute walk to the planting area.
Coutts Island Road
We are helping the Port Hills rangers create a corridor of native bush up a valley behind Sumner (off Evans Pass Rd). On this working-bee, we'll be trimming the long grass from around the native plants and using it to mulch them.
Evans Pass Road, Sumner, Christchurch
Coutts Island Road, Belfast
Evans Pass Road, Sumner, Christchurch.
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Forest & Bird is a registered charitable entity in terms of the Charities Act 2005. Registration No. CC26943.
Authorised by Kevin Hague, Royal Forest & Bird Protection Society, 205 Victoria St, Wellington.
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