Green Guide

What's On in Gisborne

What's On in Gisborne

Introduction to composting and bokashi workshop. Learn how to use a compost bin, your garden waste and local resources to create your own quality compost. Tairawhiti Environment Centre, 386 Palmerston Road. To register and receive a free compost bin phone: 867 4708 or email: tairawhitienvcentre@gmail.com. $5 per person. One bin per household.

Seaweek. National week of activities to promote the theme Healthy Seas, Healthy People – Toiora te Moana – Toiora te Tangata. More information to come.

Plastic Bag Free Tairawhiti Monthly Beach Clean-Up, Midway Beach. Be part of this growing community group and help restore Gisborne’s beaches to their litter-free best. Bring own gloves, bucket and suitable weather protection. Many hands make light work. Meet at Midway main carpark, by Peppers. Ph: 867 4708 or email: tairawhitienvcentre@gmail.com for more information.

Seaweek Waikanae Beach Clean-up. Meet at start of the Oneroa Walkway to register. Bring own gloves and bucket if possible. Low tide will enable a thorough job and appreciation of our beautiful town beach. Enjoy the sausage sizzle and good company afterwards. Free.

Community guided snorkel day. Te Tapuwae o Rongokako Marine Reserve, Whangara Road, SH35, Pouawa Beach. He Awa ora, He Tai Ora, Healthy Rivers, Living Sea Education Trust and Experiencing Marine Reserves invite you to join us in an experience of Te Tairawhiti Gisborne’s own fully protected marine reserve. The community day will provide a coastal marine adventure that includes snorkeling amongst the reef life and guided walking tours along the unique and beautiful coastal environment. Key speakers will provide a background to the history of the area and the people, and the establishment of the marine reserve as part of a wider vision of enhanced coastal management.

Introduction to composting and bokashi workshop. Learn how to use a compost bin, your garden waste and local resources to create your own quality compost. Tairawhiti Environment Centre, 386 Palmerston Road. To register and receive a free compost bin phone: 867 4708 or email: tairawhitienvcentre@gmail.com. $5 per person. One bin per household.

Seaweek. National week of activities to promote the theme Healthy Seas, Healthy People – Toiora te Moana – Toiora te Tangata. More information to come.

Plastic Bag Free Tairawhiti Monthly Beach Clean-Up, Midway Beach. Be part of this growing community group and help restore Gisborne’s beaches to their litter-free best. Bring own gloves, bucket and suitable weather protection. Many hands make light work. Meet at Midway main carpark, by Peppers. Ph: 867 4708 or email: tairawhitienvcentre@gmail.com for more information.

Seaweek Waikanae Beach Clean-up. Meet at start of the Oneroa Walkway to register. Bring own gloves and bucket if possible. Low tide will enable a thorough job and appreciation of our beautiful town beach. Enjoy the sausage sizzle and good company afterwards. Free.

Community guided snorkel day. Te Tapuwae o Rongokako Marine Reserve, Whangara Road, SH35, Pouawa Beach. He Awa ora, He Tai Ora, Healthy Rivers, Living Sea Education Trust and Experiencing Marine Reserves invite you to join us in an experience of Te Tairawhiti Gisborne’s own fully protected marine reserve. The community day will provide a coastal marine adventure that includes snorkeling amongst the reef life and guided walking tours along the unique and beautiful coastal environment. Key speakers will provide a background to the history of the area and the people, and the establishment of the marine reserve as part of a wider vision of enhanced coastal management.

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