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The Native Plant Nursery in Highbury, Wellington has work sessions every other weekend on alternate Saturday and Sunday aftenoon starting at 1:30pm and every Tuesday morning starting at 9:00am.
Disley Street, Highbury, Wellington
Do you have someone who inspires you to care for te taiao nature? Nominate your conservation hero!
Our South Canterbury Branch is working with the South Canterbury Museum on a Forest & Bird centennial exhibition.
This stunning music-meets-nature project will open the Hamilton Arts Festival Toi Ora ki Kirikiriroa on Friday 23 February 2024.
Emporium of Scintillating Wonders, Hamilton Gardens, Hamilton, Waikato
If you are interested, please register with Helen Hills: email@example.com as places may be limited. You will then be sent details.
Note: the starting time may change and will be subject to confirmation by Helen.
We are in the midst of a climate crisis, so why are we still mining coal?
Join us in a day of inspiration and empowerment as we celebrate Women's Day with a captivating event hosted by Forest & Bird and the National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa.
Online and in-person at The National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa
We are helping the Port Hills rangers create a corridor of native bush up a valley behind Sumner (off Evans Pass Rd). On this working-bee, we'll be trimming the long grass from around the native plants and using it to mulch them.
Join us for a free guided walk through Chartwell Bush Reserve and Ōtari–Wilton’s Bush. The walk will take around 2 hours, although we will probably have 2 walking groups to allow people to choose the pace best suited to them.
This webinar will explore the future of conservation from three different perspectives.
We are helping the Port Hills rangers create a corridor of native bush up a valley behind Sumner (off Evans Pass Rd). On this working-bee, we'll be planting natives.
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