Hosted by Te Kakano, Forest & Bird, Friends of Bullock Creek and Sustainable Coastlines, this is a day for the Re-Generation to get their hands back in the earth, whether it be planting, maintaining trees, understanding the role of water in the ecosystem and life below water, learning about pest control the objective is to get the next generation involved in making Wanaka a hub for biodiversity, protecting our local toanga, and providing the opportunity to connect with the small things that make Wanaka an amazing place to live. The event is held over a number of key local planting sites, including Bullock Creek and Waterfall Creek. At each site, local experts will talk to the kids about what makes that place unique. With an opportunity for the kids to look close up at the specific site ecosystem, understand its challenges and pass on the desire to
If you are a school or a parent and would like to get involved, please register and we will be in contact (email email@example.com)
Te Kakano - Connecting NZ Communities with their Land
PLANT A TREE - We have two off-set partners this year, the WAKATIPU REFORESTATION TRUST and TE KAKANO AOTEAROA TRUST. Part of our profits will go to these two amazing organisations. If you want to help regenerate our incredible district, we’ve also set up a tree registry with TREES THAT COUNT. By donating to the registry, you’re putting more native trees into the ground, helping not only reduce our footprint but also providing habitat for our feathered neighbours.