Have you ever joined us for a tree planting day?
It's a fun and active way to contribute to a sustainable future for us all. Planting trees means cleaner air with less CO2 in the atmosphere (slowing climate change), cooler air in the city, healthy biodiverse ecosystems and spaces for people to connect with nature - which is proven to dramatically reduce stress! Plant trees with us this season, watch them as they grow for years to come and eventually, walk in their shade with future generations of your whanau!
This planting season, Kaipātiki Project are joining with Habitat Hobsonville, Upper Harbour Local Board and Auckland Council to bring you another opportunity to connect with your community through planting native trees in our local reserves!
All you need to know about this event:
Saturday, 10 June
10am - 12pm
Access at Tai Crescent, Hobsonville
Please wear covered toe shoes and bring gloves and a spade if you have them, otherwise spades will be provided.
All ages are welcome, and booking is not necessary but if you can, please click GOING on the Facebook event so that you will receive notifications if there are any changes to the days plan. While you're there on the event page, why not like and share? We have 500 trees to plant, so the more hands the better!