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              CONSERVATION WEEK 2015 

Starting with Monday November 2nd : 6pm Art Exhibition Opening

at Creative Waikato, 131 Alexandra Street, Hamilton

An art exhibition opening night like no other - pure entertainment and fun! Come and celebrate all the volunteers who give their time so passionately to caring for our Earth. Enjoy the talent and inspiration offered by our local artists and immerse yourself in a fun filled evening! With music, poetry, food, drinks and a diversity of know you've just got be there!

Give Jan a bell or a note and let her know you're coming -, 07 839 445207 839 4452. Let's celebrate!!



Calling all paint test pots (bright colours are best!), old corflute signs and sturdy sticks!! If you have these and can donate to our the community banner making workshops please bring them in to the Waikato Environment Centre - 242 Peachgrove Rd, Hamilton.


ENDERLEYSTRONG SHOWCASE and BBQ Friday 30th October 3.30

Over the last little while, Enderley Park cannot seem to catch a break with the break ins! So as a studio we are going to celebrate with a (very short notice) showcase

We are looking at smashing out some projects this week with a positive messages like "Whanau look after everyone - let's look after our community #enderleystrong"

Our aim is to really express "What can we do", and "It's our community, so we need to be responsible" through the best way we know how, Media making !!

I dont think it is going to affect those who are doing the breaking in so much, but if we can affect the kids who know them and who might be able to influence them, that is a huge result. Community transformation, one small bit at a time. Boom!



Our next working bee is:

Saturday 31 October 2015 - We will be weeding and /or releasing plants. The weeding will involve walking through previous plantings and pulling out seedling such as blackberry and gorse.

9am - midday

Meet in the car park on Brymer Road opposite the zoo.

Best to bring gloves and wear gumboots in case we're working in wet areas. And most importantly morning tea.

Look forward to seeing you on Saturday morning. Much appreciated

Cheers Moira Co-convenor of Friends of Waiwhakareke



Do you have green fingers or are you a novice who would you like to get involved in gardening?

Hamilton Homeless Trust needs your help to establish a community garden. We are looking for volunteers to develop a productive garden that exemplifies sustainable food production. As well as growing produce to be used at our food servings, we desire our garden to be an educational and therapeutic retreat to volunteers and patrons, as connecting with nature is proven to be positive for mental health and well-being.

We will be holding a planting day to start to transform a piece of grassy land into a bountiful vegetable garden on Sunday 1 November from 10 and until 2pm. We already have some raised beds ready and seedling coming along in trays which will be ready for planting out. It will also be a great opportunity for like-minded people to meet one another over a good cause. Please bring a spade, trowel or other equipment if you have (we will have some spares). If you can bring a plate for a shared lunch it would be great - it won’t be all work; this is a social event too!

Previous gardening experience is not required!

The land is on Kaipaki Road in Ohaupo so a short drive out of Hamilton. For that reason it would be good if we could coordinate car-sharing on the day.

If you think that you could spare some time to get involved please contact Camilla in 0223410643 or email



Spring has arrived, and it is time for a Spring clean weeding in the threatened plant garden.

I've set the date for Saturday the 31st of October at 10 am.

Meet outside the link between E and F block, accessed from Hillcrest Road via Gate 8.

Please bring garden gloves and tools for weeding if wanted.

Any questions can be sent to me on 027 3316 320027 3316 320, or






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