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- Meet on site at 9am or get in touch to book a ride from the Z Station Vivian Street.
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Trelissick Park is a 22 ha strip of native bush which encompasses a beautiful area of hills, stream and native bush below Ngaio Gorge Road. The park is ecologically important as it contains a relatively intact urban stream and is a corridor for bird life. Trelissick Park Group plays a large role in restoring the area. Trelissick Park was once a route for Maori and early Europeans travelling from the harbour to Porirua.
On this day we'll be planting trees and lending our support to the Trelissick Park Group, a committed group of local people who have been methodically removing weeds and planting in the park for over 15 years. Come along and lend a hand, it'll be a beautiful day out in an urban paradise.
REGISTRATIONS ESSENTIAL AS PLACES ARE LIMITED. Email email@example.com to register or sign up on our website.
What to wear/bring: sturdy boots or gumboots, long sleeves and pants, a hat/beanie, a drink bottle and some food.
What we provide: gloves, tools, high-vis vests, an experienced team leader, training. Get in touch to book a free ride from the Z station on Vivian Street.
During Level 2 we will resume to volunteer work following the advice from government and local council on all Covid-19 restrictions.
We will limit numbers as per the government restrictions, therefore BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL. On site we will work with a minimum of 1m social distancing, there will be no tools sharing or shared food/drinks. We are required to keep a record of your contact details for contact tracing. If you have any concerns about Covid-19 procedures, please get in touch.
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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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