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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
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Ashburton Art Gallery and Museum is unveiling a new exhibition, Ngā Taonga o Hakatere: One Hundred Years of Forest & Bird.
Marie Gray of the Summit Road Society will speak about the Society's work to restore native biodiversity on the Port Hills, including the revegetation of Avoca Valley and the community and backyard trapping programme Predator Free Port Hills.
WEA, 59 Gloucester Street, Christchurch
The speaker will be - Nate Wilbourne, Forest and Bird Youth leader.
Cup of tea available before the meeting.
Tāhunanui School Hall, 69 Muritai Street, Tāhunanui, Nelson
Our South Canterbury Branch is working with the South Canterbury Museum on a Forest & Bird centennial exhibition.
Nelson Arts Festival has unveiled their 2023 programme, which includes the stunning concert event: FORCE OF NATURE: Celebrating 100 Years of Forest & Bird
Tom Kay, Forest & Bird's Fresh Water Advocate will be talking about the Making Room for Rivers campaign.
Tamatea Community Church, 1 York Avenue, Tamatea, Napier
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.
Sumner, New Zealand
A short easy walk, there and back, with spectacular gorge and river scenery, dryland shrubs and native fungi growing in the damper spots. Maybe even a falcon!
Botany Department carpark on the corner of Great King and Union Street
The Link Centre, St Andrews Presbyterian Church, 4 Te Aroha St, Hamilton East
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