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Join us for winter planting 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.
On the first Saturday of the month, except January, volunteers meet to wage war on weeds in Kakahu Bush.
Historic Lime Kiln, Hall Road, Kakahu
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St John's Church, Wai-iti Road, Timaru
Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) Room B 1-10
Come along to this free one-off event next Wednesday and hear Forest & Bird, GenZero, WWF NZ, and World Vision NZ talk about the Government's new Zero Carbon Bill.
Western Springs Garden Community Hall, 956 Great North Road, Auckland
Booking essential for transport
Te Rere Penguin Colony (transport provided)
Brian Shields, Auckland Council biosecurity advisor, has just come back from the Antipodes Islands where a team were checking on the results of the mouse eradication programme “Million Dollar Mouse”.
Kelston Community Centre, 126 Awaroa Road, Sunnyvale, Auckland
Please join us for Winter planting at the Lower Site, Mahoe-nui Bush.
Drive up Evans Pass Road (the road at the back of Sumner) and park facing downhill in the Rapanui Bush layby (the layby is on th
Our braided river project called 'The Sanctuary' is on the Waimakariri and is a partnership project with the Parks and Reserves team of Environment Canterbury and in particular with Greg Stanley an ECan ranger who has been doing wonderful work in the ar
End of Coutts Island Road Belfast
The trip this month is along Ocean Beach south to Waimarama.
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
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