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Working Bees: Pukemokemoke Reserve, and Threatened Plant Collection. Tui 2000 AGM.

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Threatened Plant Collection Working Bee

Saturday 13 August 2011

We will be permanently fixing some custom-made, eye-catching new species information signs at the new threatened plant garden site, E-F link at the main Science School entrance, Hillcrest Road. Please bring gloves, old clothes and boots for weeding, planting and propagating activities as well.

Meet: 10am at Waikato University Gate 8, Hillcrest Rd.

Contact: Liz Overdyck ph 07 825 9743 or mob 021 155 3622, email eg3@waikato.ac.nz


Tui 2000 AGM

7pm Wednesday 17 August 

Environment Centre, Ward Street, Hamilton

A reminder to all Members and 'Friends' of Tui 2000  that the AGM is 7pm next Wednesday 17 August at the Environment Centre, 25 Ward Street, Hamilton.

It would be great for the various 'Friends' groups to meet  each other - our Waiwhakareke group, Barrett Bush, and Maungakawa (Sanatorium Hill).

Catherine Bryan will be reviewing the planting at Barrett's Bush, reviewing mistakes made, and infill planting.

Nibbles and drinks will be served.


Next Working Bee at Pukemokemoke Reserve

20 and 21 August 2011

The next Pukemokemoke Reserve working bee will run across the weekend of 20-21 August 2011.  While the regular third Saturday afternoon from 1pm - 4pm will still take place, some people will be there from 8.30am until about 4pm on both Saturday and Sunday if you'd like to join us at another time over the weekend.

Bring spades for planting on the northern ridge and/or sickle, weed-eater, loppers, for the continuing work with weeds and privet.

Contact: Alan Leadley ph 07 8552919 or mob 0272249622, email: mualleadley@xtra.co.nz



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