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205 Victoria St, Wellington
This theme acknowledges and celebrates the Marlborough region's 1800km of coastline.
Clubs of Marlborough, Alfred Street, Blenheim New Zealand
Ian McLennan, Chair of the Otamahua/Quail Island Restoration Trust, has spent most of his working life in the building industry. He started volunteering on Quail Island in 2004.
WEA, 59 Gloucester Street, Christchurch
Are we prepared to best care for our birds in case of a weather catastrophe? By Lynn Miller, general manager of BirdCare Aotearoa
Te Pai Centre (Netball Waitakere), 31-35 Te Pai Place, Henderson
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.
Quail Island has a rich history including being a place of food gathering for early Maori, a quarantine station, a leper colony.
This theme celebrates the opportunity to get together after nearly three years and reconnect over our shared passion – Nature!
Matakana School Hall, 952 Matakana Road, Matakana New Zealand
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