Island Bay, Wellington
- Departs from:
- Meet the team at the carpark at end of Frobisher Street at 9:30
- Departure time:
We have partnered with the Rotary Club of Wellington and Wellington City Council to plant a Forest at the Heart of Wellington. This ambitious project involves volunteers from schools, communities and corporations in the planting of 65,000 native trees. The aim of this project is to create a greener, healthier environment within the city and to show-case to the nation how humans and nature can thrive in the same place. This project is in partnership with Rotary Club of Wellington, Wellington City Council and supported by the MPI Matariki Tu Rakau fund.
Tree planting happens in winter (start of June - mid September) each year.
When: 9:30 - 1:30 Saturdays and/or Sundays
Where: the planting site at Tawatawa Reserve in Island Bay is a 10 minute walk up a moderate-steep track from the carpark at the end of Frobisher Street.
We provide: an experienced team leader, tools, gloves, health and safety management and training.
What to wear/bring: sturdy boots, long sleeves and pants, a hat/beanie, waterproof jacket, a reuseable water bottle and some snacks.
Our volunteer days are a great way to enjoy the outdoors, to meet people and to help care for the environment. So join us at one (or more) of our weekend planting dates this year!
Check out our other weekend planting events:
Saturday, 5th June - Tawatawa Reserve
Saturday17th July - Tawatawa Reserve
Saturday, 14th August - Tawatawa Reserve
Saturday 18th September - Mamuku Gully - top of Ellice Street
We will be following the advice from government and local council on all Covid-19 restrictions.
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Conservation Volunteers New Zealand is New Zealand's leading conservation volunteer organisation, founded in 2006. We offer conservation programs across New Zealand which enable volunteers to protect, preserve and restore the environment. Projects take place in urban, regional and remote areas, and include tree planting, seed collection, weed control, flora and fauna surveys, building tracks and trails, fencing, and heritage restoration. See below for details of one of our conservation projects, or search for projects near you.
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