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Hinau fruit indicate Mast Year underway

Posted on 10 July 2019

The abundance of hinau fruit in East Harbour Regional Park is indicating a significant Mast Year is underway as predicted, according to environmental scientists.

Hinau fruit indicate Mast Year underway
Posted on 10 July 2019
The abundance of hinau fruit in East Harbour Regional Park is indicating a significant Mast Year is underway as predicted, according to environmental scientists.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/hinau-fruit-indicate-mast-year-underway/

50,000 native trees planted

Posted on 9 July 2019

Planting numbers grew beyond expectations this year as Greater Wellington Regional Council, with the help of local communities, planted 50,000 native trees in our regional parks.

50,000 native trees planted
Posted on 9 July 2019
Planting numbers grew beyond expectations this year as Greater Wellington Regional Council, with the help of local communities, planted 50,000 native trees in our regional parks.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/50-000-native-trees-planted/

Baring Head transformation reaches next phase

Posted on 8 July 2019

Two former lighthouse keeper’s cottages and an old generator building are well on the way to being transformed into accommodation and a visitor centre in East Harbour Regional Park.

Baring Head transformation reaches next phase
Posted on 8 July 2019
Two former lighthouse keeper’s cottages and an old generator building are well on the way to being transformed into accommodation and a visitor centre in East Harbour Regional Park.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/baring-head-transformation-reaches-next-phase/

Proud to support Predator Free Wellington’s launch

Posted on 8 July 2019

Greater Wellington Regional Council Chair Chris Laidlaw says today’s launch of stage one of Predator Free Wellington’s project is an important step towards improving biodiversity in our region.

Proud to support Predator Free Wellington’s launch
Posted on 8 July 2019
Greater Wellington Regional Council Chair Chris Laidlaw says today’s launch of stage one of Predator Free Wellington’s project is an important step towards improving biodiversity in our region.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/proud-to-support-predator-free-wellington-s-launch/