Gisborne Green Guide

Wednesday, July 26

Native Nursery Work with Conservation Experiences Tairawhiti, 10am-12pm. Learn how to grow native trees while potting them up at the nursery, which donates them to community groups, schools and marae. No experience necessary. This is fun, easy volunteering. Meet at Eastern Institute of Technology, 320 Stout Street at 10am. Contact Kauri Forno on 021 125 9442.

Free screening of A Plastic Ocean at Odeon Multiplex, 6pm. A Plastic Ocean explores 20 locations over four years documenting the fragile state of the world’s oceans, uncovering alarming truths about plastic pollution, and revealing working solutions that can be put into immediate effect. The event is sponsored by Odeon Multiplex Gisborne and the Gisborne District Council, and promoted by Plastic Bag-Free Tairawhiti. Odeon Theatre, 79 Gladstone Road. Get your tickets at https://tickets.demand.film/event/1815.

Sunday, July 30

Beach clean-up with Plastic Bag-Free Tairawhiti (PBFT), Kaiti Beach, 3-4pm. Join the community beach clean-up to mark the end of Plastic Free July at this Gisborne beach. Bring a bucket and gloves. Check the PBFT Facebook page for cancellations.


Wednesday, July 26

Native Nursery Work with Conservation Experiences Tairawhiti, 10am-12pm. Learn how to grow native trees while potting them up at the nursery, which donates them to community groups, schools and marae. No experience necessary. This is fun, easy volunteering. Meet at Eastern Institute of Technology, 320 Stout Street at 10am. Contact Kauri Forno on 021 125 9442.

Free screening of A Plastic Ocean at Odeon Multiplex, 6pm. A Plastic Ocean explores 20 locations over four years documenting the fragile state of the world’s oceans, uncovering alarming truths about plastic pollution, and revealing working solutions that can be put into immediate effect. The event is sponsored by Odeon Multiplex Gisborne and the Gisborne District Council, and promoted by Plastic Bag-Free Tairawhiti. Odeon Theatre, 79 Gladstone Road. Get your tickets at https://tickets.demand.film/event/1815.

Sunday, July 30

Beach clean-up with Plastic Bag-Free Tairawhiti (PBFT), Kaiti Beach, 3-4pm. Join the community beach clean-up to mark the end of Plastic Free July at this Gisborne beach. Bring a bucket and gloves. Check the PBFT Facebook page for cancellations.


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