We invite you to play a part in this exciting community project and join us for a fun day out! Bring your whole family and plant some native trees!
The Clifton Falls Walkway Community project is an ORC Ecofund recipient and aims to improve biodiversity and habitat for native birds and invertebrates by creating a riparian corridor alongside the walkway, using a variety of locally sourced native plant species. It also aims to provide hands-on educational opportunities to local schools; and to engage with the local Moeraki rūnaka on ways to improve the cultural health of this section of the river, for example by planting flax and allowing mahinga kai. The Waitaki Whitestone Geopark is proud to support this community project!
Date: Saturday, 15 May 2021
Time: 10am - 3pm
Location: 67 Dunrobin Rd, Five Forks
What to bring: Own spade, gardening gloves, sturdy footwear, appropriate clothing for the day (sun/wind/rain protection) & water
A BBQ lunch will kindly be provided by the Alliance Group, so please RSVP to email@example.com by 13 May.
Contact details: For questions or enquiries contact Lisa, Geopark Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org or 022 581 5657
This planting day will be postponed if the weather isn't playing its part. Postponement date is Saturday, 29 May 2021.