PLEASE REPORT: STOLEN PLANTS
Our plants are doing amazing! There has been about 5% of our plants stolen which is so disappointing. If you see anything suspicious please report it. So much time, money and community love has gone into this project!
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McNulty Inlet Update
The Te Tapu o Tāne - Growing Trees & Communities have been hard at it and the mulch is almost done! Lots of hard mahi moving so much up this hill but it's supporting amazing plant growth... just look at the new growth in the photos below! We also had some spare to put around the college plantings to help their amazing plants thrive!
Loving the transformation and looking forward to the birds and bugs taking advantage of the new habitat being created
What's next for McNulty Inlet
The News: Town Pitches in for Planting
It was all hands-on deck as the Cromwell community rolled up its sleeves and dug in at the weekend.
The largest community planting event ever seen in Cromwell was held at the weekend (October 8- 9), when over 10,000 native trees and shrubs were planted on the bank above McNulty Inlet.
The Cromwell community rolled up its sleeves and got its hands dirty all in the name of creating a legacy.
Lake Dunstan Charitable Trust plans to plant 10,000 native trees on the shore of Lake Dunstan in Cromwell this weekend, and is inviting residents, whanau groups and community organisations to come and help.
An ambitious plan to plant 10,000 native trees on the shore of Lake Dunstan takes shape in Cromwell this weekend.
Cromwellians are being invited to get their hands dirty to plant 10,000 trees to kickstart a huge reforestation operation on the shores of Lake Dunstan.
It's the first stage of the Bridge to Bridge planting project that's aiming to put 56,000 native plants in the ground between the Lowburn and Deadman's Point bridges.