Junats, Submissions, F&B Walk, Conservation Week.

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Friday night - Tonight - Junats meeting
This week’s meeting is Science: Your Rewarding Future. Dr Jacqueline Rowarth, University of Waikato will tell us about the wide range of sciences that students can do at university. This is a good opportunity for Junats to find out how they can turn their particular interest in science into a fun career.
Down at the Hort Centre at Hamilton Gardens at 7pm. Gate 2.
Contact Dave Matthews Ph (07) 846 4013

Sunday 11th August
Forest and Bird Soc WALK - Waiorongomai

(hard)
The intention is to climb to the New Find stope above the former Quartzville settlement and then follow the tramline to its terminus at Premier Creek, but the weather may determine what we can do; either way we’ll be exploring an old goldfield (so torches needed).

Leave Hamilton at 8.00am and drive to Te Aroha, where at war memorial in centre of town turn right and drive past domain to second road on left out of town. Meet at carpark at end of this road and be ready to start walking at 9.00. Steady uphill track, climbing to about 600 metres above sea level. Fascinating historical area, suitable for fit children aged 8 and above. 
Leader: Philip Hart 07 856 7992

SUBMISSIONS

HCC Open Space Plan - Have you done a submission yet??

Have a look a the draft plan HCC Draft Open Space Plan,  and you can submit online  here. Deadline 16th August
If you have any queries please contact Renee McMillan, senior planner, on renee.mcmillan@hcc.govt.nz.

HCC Speed Limit Bylaw.
Also up for submissions draft proposed amendments to the HCC Speed Limit Bylaw. Submissions close at 12 noon on Monday August 12th, and the hearing will be held on August 22nd. The link, if you would like to make a submission, is http://www.hamilton.co.nz/our-council/consultation-and-public-notices/haveyoursay/Pages/Hamilton-City-Speed-Limits-Bylaw-2013.aspx

8-15 September
Conservation Week 2013

http://www.doc.govt.nz/getting-involved/events-and-awards/conservation-week/

‘Celebrate Conservation Week! What’s your whānau doing?’ is the theme for Conservation Week this year. New Zealanders and their whānau—whether that’s families, friends, sports teams, office mates, flatmates, or any group that considers themselves whānau—will be encouraged to make a pledge for conservation. 

Registering a Conservation Week event

If you plan to hold a Conservation Week event and would like it listed on this website, you can fill out a registration form on the DOC website link above.



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