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Coastal clean up and March working bees




There are loads of opportunities to help at the Restoring Rosedale Park project in March so make sure you put these dates on your calendar.


Be part of the Coastal Clean-Up alongside Te Hōnonga a Iwi and the Upper Waitemata Ecology Network on Saturday, March 23. Part of the commemorations for World Ocean Day, this initiative will see volunteers cleaning up waterways throughout the Oteha Basin.


Te Hōnonga a Iwi supporters are invited to meet at the restoration between 9am and noon to clean up Alexandra Stream, which runs through our site.





Please bring two large water bottles, a hat, gardening gloves if you have them, sunscreen, a raincoat, old clothes and old covered shoes, lunch, medications for allergies to wasps or bees and a change of clothes if needed.


We are also holding community working bees from 10am to noon on Saturday, March 9 and Saturday, March 16. Join students from our local colleges helping with the important jobs we need done before we can plant more native trees on our site.


Remember, for all these events, parking is available at the Rosedale Park playground, near North Harbour Softball. From there, walk across the bridge towards North Harbour Hockey and veer left to come to the restoration site behind Hilton Brown Swimming. Parking is not available at Hilton Brown Swimming.


We look forward to seeing you there as we kick off our 2024 activities.

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