Make Sure you Check, Clean and Dry all gear when using our waterways!
Freshwater pests such as Lagarosiphon major, Didymo and toxic algae can be devastating to native ecosystems and recreation if they find their way into water bodies.
Yesterday we met with our newly appointed Landscape architects, Rough and Milne, to sketch out the first phase of our landscape restoration project.
Was great to get up to speed with last year's weed management review and be involved in the next year's plan of controlling the weeds.
To read the initial Lake Dunstan Weed Management Plan 2016-2025, click below
Watch the video on our YouTube Channel
Its amazing to see the young people of the community wanting to tackle to issues of Lake Dunstan. With the increasing awareness of climate change and global biodiversity crisis, its great the kids are keen to tackle it head on. Strong minds are needed for change and these kids are pushing forward will all their power.
Shovels, weed-whackers and other gear is needed for an army of young volunteers keen to clean up Lake Dunstan’s shoreline.
To read the article, click below.
Read Contact Energy’s responsibility, or duty, to address silt, or “sludge”, under its Landscape and Visual Amenity Management Plan 2020-2025” (“L&VA Plan”).
The saying goes: “Never turn your back on a rabbit, especially in Central Otago”. But New Zealand has. And now the population has exploded - again. This week, Newsroom Investigates launches an in-depth series about the South Island rabbit rampage.
Watch the six part series from Newsroom online by clicking the link below.