Tree Crops sale, Sirocco visit

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Saturday 7 July, 2012

Tree Crops Sale Hamilton Gardens, Camellia Carpark
9:30am to 1pm - wet or fine

Enter Gate 2 from Cobham Drive. A short distance down, on the left, is the entrance to a large sealed area, with room for buyers and sellers to park.  Everyone welcome
Buyers:  First in - first served! There will be a solid backstop of good quality grafted fruit and nut trees of all sorts, new and old varieties – including many varieties of citrus, apples, pears, plums, cherries, peaches, nectarines, avocados, feijoas, almonds, chestnuts, hazelnuts, berryfruit, ornamentals, farm trees and natives for shade and shelter, growing-on lines, and some more unusual cropping trees.

Sellers: Set up and sell from your car-boot, trailer, ute or pavement. This is a great way to sell any trees, seedlings, herbs, garden plants or any excess produce. Sellers should be in place by 9 am and strictly no sales prior to 9.30 am.  
Commission on Sales: There are no site charges but a 10% commission on all sales is payable by sellers on the day, so please report to the Tree Crops information tent before you leave. This money will be used for Tree Crop trials and projects within our Waikato Branch area.

WE NEED HELPERS ON THE DAY!
Please contact Don Harwood (chairman of Waikato Branch)
Ph: 07 843 9007

15 August 2012

Sirocco is Coming!

Maungatautari is the only place in New Zealand to host Sirocco this year.
The world famous kakapo is due to arrive at Maungatautari. MEIT is gearing up for visitors from all over the North Island (and further afield) wanting to see this living legend. Sirocco is so popular he previously sold out at other sanctuaries.

People are needed to help during Sirocco's stay. If you are interested in taking part in this exciting project, you can download a draft job description from website www.maungatrust.org.

If you are not currently a volunteer, you could fill in the Sirocco Volunteer Response Form and send it to our volunteer co-ordinator Ally Tairi (ally@maungatrust.org), or for further information, call her on 07 823 7477.

 If you can’t give up your time to volunteer, visit our website and keep an eye on facebook/savingmaungatautari for information. Better still come and see Sirocco for yourself!

 

 



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