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.
With freak flooding events increasing in frequency, Central Otago's mayor is pushing for a rethink on wastewater disposal and questioning whether it should be discharged into waterways.
Is it time to stop treating our lakes and rivers like toilets?
We are thrilled to be working with such amazing people and an amazing nursery that will grow 1million native plants a year to restore our local environment, support careers in conservation for youth, and combat climate change.
Yesterday's nursery opening was an incredible opportunity to connect with their vision, mana whenua and other groups undertaking projects such as our bridge to bridge.
Great mahi Te Tapu o Tāne - Growing Trees & Communities
Don’t let the lupins win: roll up your sleeves and come down and help with the annual lakeside clean-up in Cromwell this Saturday (September 17).
Join us in planting 10,000 trees!
Back in July there was a brief one in five year window where ORC could trigger a review of resource consent conditions relating to the effects of the Clyde Dam. The Lake Dunstan Charitable Trust submitted two open letters of recommendation to the ORC to request this process be triggered.
Last week, ORC revealed they will progress with a review of conditions associated with the Landscape Visual Amenity Management Plan (LVAMP). Current consents expire in 2042, however, the 5-year windows allow for reassessments and necessary changes to better comply with the RMA.