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Restoration Days at Jessie Tonar Scout Reserve

09 Nov 2019 - 07 Dec 2019

When

Saturday 9 November 2019, 10.00am - Saturday 9 November 2019, 2.00pm

Saturday 7 December 2019, 10.00am - Saturday 7 December 2019, 2.00pm

Where

Jessie Tonar Scout Reserve, Kaka St, Northcote, Auckland

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By the Aikido club

Cost
Free
Bookings

kaipatiki.org.nz/volunteer/awataha-greenway-project-community-restoration-days

  • Register online to ensure that you’ve reserved your sausage sizzle
  • If you have additional food requirements, please make sure you’ve marked it in your registration or email us at community@kaipatiki.org.nz
Contact

Sam Tu'itahi

community@kaipatiki.org.nz

09 482 1172

Website

kaipatiki.org.nz/volunteer/awataha-greenway-project-community-restoration-days

facebook.com/events/2383058778685515

As part of the wider Awataha Greenway Project, local environmental group Kaipātiki Project is working on a community-led restoration of the Jessie Tonar Scout Reserve.

This bush-clad reserve at the end of Kākā Street is home to the source of the Awataha Stream and had deep significance to local Mana Whenua.

The flow-on effects from the Awataha Greenway Project will be significant, contributing to numerous ecological and social improvements the whole community will benefit from for years to come.

Our restoration project includes weeding, planting and education days each month, contributing to numerous ecological and social improvements for the whole community.

Things to bring

  • sturdy closed-toed footwear – gumboots or boots
  • clothing appropriate for Auckland weather
  • reusable water bottle – filled and ready to go.

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