It was sad to see this type of behaviour along the lake edge today and highlights the need for better planning/zoning so as to protect people, pets, wildlife & recreational spaces
Fantastic turn out tonight at the launch of our biodiversity restoration project with LINZ Jobs for Nature funding. Thank you to the Cromwell community for showing your support. We look forward to your input in the project.
Yesterday we met with our newly appointed Landscape architects, Rough and Milne, to sketch out the first phase of our landscape restoration project.
Today LDCT received an amazing boost in funding from LINZ as part of their jobs for nature programme. This Funding will allow us to deliver 10 jobs over the next four years that will focus on landscape restoration, community outreach, and the development of a shared community vision and plan for Lake Dunstan.
The Government’s Jobs for Nature programme aims to increase nature-based jobs that benefit the environment and support the economic recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic.
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