Kerikeri Riverbank Planting Day this Sunday August 1

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Riparian Protection Project

Planting Day

When: Sunday 1st August 2010

Where: Department of Conservation carpark,

Stone Store Basin, opposite Rewa Village

Time: 10.00am

As a symbolic start to the joint BayCare and Far North District Council Riparian Protection Project to reduce the level of sediment (i.e. mud!!) and nutrients entering the waterways and to start improving the water quality of our fresh and marine waters, we would like to invite you to come along and help to plant 200 kowhai trees along the Kerikeri river bank.

The Riparian Protection project is a very long term project, but a start must be made before all our waterways are completely degraded.

The Transition Town Group will also be involved, providing ancillary community activities such as face painting.

Please bring a spade, drink bottle and boots.

Sausage sizzle will be provided.

For further details, please contact:

David Clarkson, BayCare

09 4075157

davidandrobyn@xtra.co.nz

Harirewa Watene, Far North District Council

0800 920 029

hhw@fndc.govt.nz


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8 years, 1 month ago
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