Friends of Oratau Volunteer Morning
About this Event
Oratau Reserve runs from Orchard Reserve off Almond Grove out to Lucas Creek and is an important stream outlet and bird corridor. Friends of Oratau Reserve is a volunteer group lead by local resident Pete which was started in February 2019. Friends of Oratau Reserve carry out restoration work (removing pest plants, pest animal control & planting natives) and meet every Wednesday at 9.30 am at the end of Oratau Place, one of the entrances to the reserve.
Activities that you can be involved with:
• Rescuing native plants from weeds
• Preparing sites for native plantings
• Planting native plants
No conservation skills/experience is required – just bring your enthusiasm and willingness to learn.
Whether you’re an individual, a family, or a group of friends, everyone is welcome to lend a helping hand. Join us. Come, get fit, care for our environment, and make some new friends. Together we can make a difference.
Morning tea is provided, but please bring a cold drink, if required.
In the event of bad weather, a note will be placed on the Greenhithe Ecology Network Facebook page and an email to those who have registered.
The Friends of Oratau Reserve is a Greenhithe Community Trust initiative and is supported by the Upper Harbour Local Board, and Auckland Council. For further information please contact [email protected]
Please email [email protected] to RSVP