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Help Make North Shore Green - Planting at Bayside Reserve

Help Make North Shore Green - Planting at Bayside Reserve

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  • Sat 10 Sep ’11, 10:00am – 12:00pm


Bayside Drive Reserve, 2 Crestview Place, Browns Bay


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Come along and enjoy a sausage sizzle and help plant natives to beautify and restore the Bayside Reserve and Taiaotea Stream. This will enhance the area so it can act as a natural eco system, creating habitats for native fish, insects and birds. The project will result in a healthier stream which will ultimately mean cleaner water at Browns Bay Beach.

This is the third year of planting in this reserve and the planting will provide an important linkage with the streamside restoration undertaken by downstream property owners over the last three years.

Spades and gloves are provided but feel free to bring your own. Refreshments will also be provided with a sausage sizzle catered by the local Browns Bay scouts.

Access is at southern end of reserve next to 2 Crestview Place - walk along the path to the right of the pond. The planting site is at the northern end of the reserve.

Conservation Volunteers can also provide transport to and from the event from their office in Mt Eden. Volunteers just need to bring along a raincoat and sturdy footwear.

If you are interested in getting involved please call Fiona at Conservation Volunteers New Zealand on 0800 56 76 86 or email info@conservationvolunteers.co.nz. Conservation Volunteers New Zealand runs a diverse range of conservation projects throughout New Zealand and you can check these out on their website at www.conservationvolunteers.co.nz.

This community planting event is bought to you by Auckland Council and Conservation Volunteers NZ.

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