The native bush reserve between the bridge over the estuary and the cemetery in Bayswater is being choked by invasive creepers and other plants. We have been given the advice that it is now or never if it is to survive. A group of people who live nearby have organised the clearing and planting of this delightful area of native bush.
Kaipatiki Project have donated 100 plants and they have formed a clearing and planting plan including how to deal with the different pest plants. We have requested that The Council remove the blackberry and giant reed grass as it is their responsibility to maintain this reserve and they will take away all the waste.
At the native bush reserve along the cycle path/walkway between the cemetery and the bridge in Bayswater.
Clearing and planting planned by Kaipatiki Project who have donated 100 native plants.
Sunday 10 July
10.00am till 2.00pm
Hot soup provided to keep you warm. Bring warm clothes, garden gloves, secateurs and a spade (clearly named).
Email email@example.com or phone 445 8135 if you would like to help.