Saturday 1st August 2015, 12.30pm at the stream behind St Brides Church, Findlay Road, Mauku
Whakaupoko Landcare extends an invitation to everyone and anyone to come and join in for a couple of hours helping out with the second year of the St Brides riparian planting project.
For those who have not yet visited the historic church grounds, or want to know more about how riparian planting protects the waterways – it is a great opportunity to inform, explore and give a hand…
“After last year’s inaugural planting day, Whakaupoko Landcare will be hosting another working bee to establish the second stage of plantings and carry out some weed control around the existing plantings
This project is part of the long term vision to protect the Mauku stream by completing riparian plantings and has been funded by Auckland Council’s generous donation of funds to purchase the plants.
Grab your gumboots, long sleeves and trousers and bring a spade to join us for a couple of hours to help continue this worthwhile project.
We are also looking for landowners who border Mauku Stream or its tributaries to join the project. Whakaupoko will provide advice, support and locally grown plants to enhance your section of the stream.
Enquiries to Deborah Savill 09 2363051 or firstname.lastname@example.org“