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When:

Fri 13 Jun 2014, 9:30am–2:30pm
Sat 14 Jun 2014, 9:30am–2:30pm

Where: Hori Herehere Reserve, Corner Weber and Otope Road, Dannevirke, Tararua

Restrictions: All Ages

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A two-day community planting session is to take place on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th June, with the community invited to enjoy a walk along the River, listen to local history and help to plant a few native plants. All that’s required is a pair of gumboots some gloves and a spade, as lunch will be provided.

The well known stretch of the Manawatu River, where the kaitiaki peketahi lives, has been cleared of weeds to establish a walkway, which will be open to the public duringthe summer months.

With thanks from the Taumata Farm owners and funding from Central Government’s Fresh Start for Fresh Water Clean-Up Fund through the Manawatu River Leaders’ Accord grants initiative; Te Kauru-Hapu Collective and Horizons Regional Council have been working on this project over the past nine months.

Each day will begin at 9.30am at the Hori Herehere Reserve on the corner of Weber Road and Otope Road. You can come to either or both. If postponed a notice will be on More FM at 7.30am on the Friday 13 June. The alternative date if postponed will be the 20th & 21st June.

Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to rmaofficer@rangitane.co.nz by 11th June.

Meet at Hori Herehere Reserve (4.2 KM west on Miller Street towards Weber Road from the Warehouse) for karakia and instructions.

What to Bring:
1. Gumboots, gloves and a spade
2. Thermos with a hot drink and/or plenty of water to drink