community planting at Te Wherowhero Lagoon

Bring your gumboots and lunch to dig in.

Bring your gumboots and lunch to dig in.

COMMUNITY PLANTING: Only a few turned up for a community planting at Waikanae Creek this week. From left are Bill Hambidge, Gisborne District Council policy planner Janic Slupski and Tony Gayford. Picture by Paul Rickard

ON Wednesday next week there is another opportunity to take part in a community planting with Conservation Experiences Tairawhiti, planting the edge of Te Wherowhero Lagoon, a wildlife hotspot.

Bring gumboots and some lunch. Meet at 9.30am at the Department of Conservation office or 10am off SH2, 2.5 kilometres south of Browns Beach Road, Muriwai. On Wednesday, July 19 there will be another Titirangi Planting and Plant Care session with Conservation Experiences Tairawhiti, 10am to 12pm. The session involves planting the remaining natives and clearing recently-planted areas. Meet at the top carpark of Titirangi at 10am.

ON Wednesday next week there is another opportunity to take part in a community planting with Conservation Experiences Tairawhiti, planting the edge of Te Wherowhero Lagoon, a wildlife hotspot.

Bring gumboots and some lunch. Meet at 9.30am at the Department of Conservation office or 10am off SH2, 2.5 kilometres south of Browns Beach Road, Muriwai. On Wednesday, July 19 there will be another Titirangi Planting and Plant Care session with Conservation Experiences Tairawhiti, 10am to 12pm. The session involves planting the remaining natives and clearing recently-planted areas. Meet at the top carpark of Titirangi at 10am.

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