Motupipi Sandspit is a wonderful dune habitat which in the past had been extensively restored until a fire devastated the area and weeds invaded. Tasman Environmental Trust recently obtained funds from the Lotteries Board to contract Project De-Vine Environmental Trust to remove the invasive weeds. As part of this a community working bee is being held to hand pull sycamore and pine seedlings. It would be great to see lots of people there and a fantastic opportunity to visit the sandspit.
Morning tea provided
Please bring water, suitable clothing, gloves, loppers or retractable handsaws.
For further information see article in 13th March GB Weekly or contact email@example.com
Wet day option Sun 29th March - check Facebook for cancellations.
Practical demonstration of native seed collection and potting up seedlings for riparian planting to be held in two Moutere QEII covenants and run by Keith Roberts, Appleton Nursery, Helen Lindsay, DOC nursery/Project Janzoon and Tim Le Gros, Titoki Nursery.
Meet at 206 Neudorf Road Beuke Bush, Upper Moutere.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE planting natives workshops being held on Thurs 5th March in Golden Bay.
WORKSHOP ON PLANTING NATIVES:
BEST PRACTICE & HOW TO MEASURE YOUR SUCCESS
Are you keen to learn more about native habitat restoration?
Would you like some tips on how to get your plants established,
and how to measure your successes over time?
Then come join us for a day of discussion and hands-on, practical advice
with expert scientist David Bergin.
Thursday 5th March 2020
Field trip 3-5pm, presentation and discussion 5-7pm.
Friday 6th March 2020
Presentation and discussion 10am-12pm, field trip 12-2pm.
TO REGISTER OR FOR MORE INFORMATION ON BOTH WORKSHOPS:
Contact Sky Davies email@example.com