planting thumbnailOn 30 June about 12 people from the local community and eastern Bay of Islands came together to plant the slip above the Tangatapu wetland.

Preventing further sediment flowing down the slip during rains is an important aspect of protecting the wetland. Participants had a fun and happy day putting about 400 plants in the ground, and enjoyed a social event afterwards.

The Shade House in Kerikeri is already busy growing more trees for next year.

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