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Beach Clean Ups

Plastic pollution impacts our environment, the health of our wildlife, and human health. We invite schools, families and members of the public to join us on beach clean-ups to combat it. 

Think of the beach as a bridge between the land and the marine environment. It’s a critical biodiversity area. Cleaning our beaches is a step towards cleaning our oceans. After a first successful Beach Clean Up for Clean Up Week 2021, the Waitaki Whitestone Geopark team is looking to organise regular Beach Clean Ups in our area. Please find below all information about the next event and register if you would like to join us. 

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THANK YOU - Our Clean Up bags are generously donated by 'Our Seas Our Future' and being re-used as often as possible. The Waitaki District Council and the Waitaki Resource Recovery Park have also agreed to waive the fee on the rubbish collected by the volunteers. 

Next Clean Up event: 

We are excited to host another Beach Clean Up for Seaweek 2023. Seaweek is an opportunity for all ages to discover the many ways that our lives are connected to the sea. In March every year, the group encourages and promotes events and community action projects to inspire and enable this connection

Bring the whole family and join us for a fun day out at one of our beautiful local beaches to collect litter.

 

Details:

When: Sunday 05 March 2023, 10 - 11AM

Where: Kakanui Beach Reserve (Beach Rd, opposite Old Bones Lodge)

 

Please bring your own gardening gloves.

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Register for our next Beach Clean Up: 
Sunday 05 March 2023, 10 - 11AM, Kakanui Beach Reserve

Thanks for registering!

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