Conservation Week 11- 18 September 2011 - Events Diary

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Conservation Week Events Diary

11- 18 September 2011

 

Saturday 10 September 2011

Nikau Walk planting day

10 am – 2.00 pm, Kaniwhaniwha Stream car park, Limeworks Loop Rd, Te Pahu. Contact Bruce Postill 07 850 8368

 

Sunday 11 September 2011

Free Family Fun Event: Walk, Bike and Bush

9.30am - 3pm, Kaniwhaniwha Stream and along the Nikau Track (Mt Pirongia) while enjoying beautiful native bush and restoration plantings.  Booking essential by Wednesday 7 September 2011: Moira Cursey 07 846 5066, 027 222 3791, m.cursey@xtra.co.nz

 

Kaniwhaniwha Celebration Day

10 years of the restoration programme.  Displays, guided walks, electric fishing, sausage sizzle and music from Big Muffin Serious Band.  9 am – 3.30 pm, Kaniwhaniwha Stream car park, Limeworks Loop Rd, Te Pahu. RSVP nardene.berry@landcare.org.nz

 

Monday 12 September 2011

Reel Earth Film Festival screenings:

  • River Dog
  • SoLa: Louisiana Water Stories

7.30pm, Waikato Environment Centre, 25 Ward Street, Hamilton $10 (10% discount for Green Card holders)

 

Tuesday 13 September 2011

Reel Earth Film Festival screenings:

  • Streams
  • Cowboys in India

7.30pm, Waikato Environment Centre, 25 Ward Street, Hamilton $10 (10% discount for Green Card holders)

 

Wednesday 14 September 2011

Reel Earth Film Festival screenings:

  • Grow Your Own Awareness
  • Deep Green

7.30pm, Waikato Environment Centre, 25 Ward Street, Hamilton $10 (10% discount for Green Card holders)

 

Thursday 15 September 2011

Forest & Bird talk

7.30pm Chartwell Room, Hamilton Gardens, Hamilton. Talk by Greg Martin, Regional Manager of DoC; annual lively roundup of all the Department’s activities for the past year.

 

Friday 16 September 2011

Reel Earth Film Festival screenings:

  • A Mongolian Couch
  • Tide of Change

7.30pm, Waikato Environment Centre, 25 Ward Street, Hamilton $10 (10% discount for Green Card holders)

 

Saturday 17 September 2011

Living Legends Muck-in Planting

Department of Conservation will led community planting of 5000 native plants, to help restore the lake margin and also honouring Waikato rugby icon Duane Monkley.  10 am – 2.00 pm, Lake Areare on Driver Rd, Horsham Downs. Contact: Craig Purvis 07 850 8478

 

Sunday 18 September 2011

Barretts Bush planting

10.30am - 1.30pm Koromatua School, Koromatua Road, off  Tuhikaramea Road to be transported to Barrett Bush. Bookings: Moira Cursey, Waikato Biodiversity Forum 07 846 5066, 027 222 3791, email m.cursey@xtra.co.nz .


Green Card Holders: use your Green Card to obtain discounts at participating businesses



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