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Free Workshop: Kauri Care for Homeowners Training

14 Oct 2020

When

Wednesday 14 October 2020, 6.30pm - Wednesday 14 October 2020, 8.30pm

Where

Pest Free Kaipātiki, 36 Kauri Rd, Birkenhead, Auckland

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Cost
Free
Bookings

eventbrite.co.nz/e/kauri-care-for-homeowners-training-tickets-119883860855

Contact

Pest Free Kaipātiki

enquiries@pestfreekaipatiki.org.nz

Website

facebook.com/events/945812115898990

Do you have kauri on your property?

If so, please join in on this kauri home care workshop, aimed to be fun, interesting and informative.

This workshop will give you the ability to formulate your own plans for dealing with the spread of kauri dieback, and maintaining the health and safety of our precious kauri trees.

Things we will cover:

  • celebrating kauri
  • what is kauri dieback and what can you do about it at your place
  • actions to protect kauri
  • where to get more information and help.

If you have kauri on your property, this training is a must!

As this course is limited, get in quick.

Please RSVP by registering on Eventbrite or our Facebook page event.

For enquiries please email enquiries@pestfreekaipatiki.org.nz.

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