Thank you to everyone who came and helped with the big planting day at the Tarawera Transfer Station on Tarawera Road last month. We had a really great team of volunteers (from Tarawera, Okareka and Rotorua!) and managed to get in the ground about 1400 plants - and we had time for morning tea (thank you to everyone who helped with that, as well! and it was much appreciated by all of the hard working volunteers) and we were all finished by about 11.30 am.
THIS MONTH'S WORKING BEE
WHEN: Saturday 24th September 2016 from 9 am to 12 noon
WHERE: End of Acacia Road and Taumaihi peninsula area - planting and tidying up. It's been a while since we last had a working bee at the end of Acacia Road and onto the Taumaihi peninsula.
WHAT TO BRING: Strong footwear, gardening gloves, suitable clothing - who knows what the weather will do by then? Bring raincoats and leggings - and a sunhat - just in case.
TOOLS: spade, pruning gear (secateurs or loppers), hedge clippers, a wheel barrow - if you have one.
Bring your water bottle - we will have drinking water on site that you can refill if you need to.
We will provide morning tea for everyone, also.
Hoping to see many of you at this Working Bee.
Phone: 362 8865