As one of the largest branches in New Zealand, the North Canterbury branch covers Canterbury north of the Rakaia River up into the heart of the Lewis Pass, from the sea to the Alps.
We hold monthly public meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm. Details of the venue for each meeting will be posted on the website and emailed out to members. Guest speakers discuss various environmental topics and issues and all are welcome to attend.
Meetings are generally held in the WEA building, 59 Gloucester St (opposite the Christchurch Art Gallery).
Trips and Events
We organise regular trips and events, details of which will be posted on the website and notices sent to all members. See our programme here.
We send regular newsletters to our members. Please read latest issue here.
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If you want to keep totally up to date with Forest and Bird field trips, talks and campaigns and other events of interest, you can subscribe to our eNewsletters here.
Your Branch Committee comprises the following:
- Colleen Philip, Chair, email@example.com, 981 8556
- Ainslie Talbot, Treasurer, firstname.lastname@example.org, 355 4409
- Frances Wall, Secretary, email@example.com
- KCC Coordinator, VACANT, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lesley Shand, 379 0316
- Michael Godfrey, Communications, email@example.com, 382 9912
- Mick Ingram, Calder Green Reserve, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Valerie Campbell, email@example.com
- Penny Wright, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Steve Attwood, email@example.com, 349 3038, 027 4191080
- Helen Hills
- Hugh Thorpe
- George Moon
- Shannon Gilmore firstname.lastname@example.org