There are a number of ways you can volunteer to make our coasts clean and green.

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South New Brighton Park community planting day

Location South New Brighton Park
When To be confirmed, 2019
Where to go  Meet at the beach end of Bridge Street bridge
What you'll be doing Help Council Rangers and the Avon Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust plant 500 native tree seedlings to beautify the park. Free BBQ afterwards.
What to bring Your own gloves. Tools will be provided

Southshore Reserve community planting day

Location Southshore Spit Reserve
When To be confirmed, 2019
Where to meet Meet at the end of Rockinghorse Road 
Look for signs directing you to planting site which is a short walk into the reserve
Contact Jason Roberts, Council Park Ranger:  (03) 941 7540, 027 224 5906 or jason.roberts@ccc.govt.nz
What to bring Wear closed footwear (i.e. not jandals) and bring gardening gloves and a spade

South New Brighton working bee

Tasks include infill planting and maintenance.

Location South New Brighton Park
Date First Sunday of every month
Time 2pm to 4pm
Where to go Meet at South New Brighton Park playground
Contact Pieter Borcherds 027 611 8655
What to bring Tools and gloves provided. Wear closed footwear

McCormacks Bay working bee

Location  McCormacks Bay
Date Third Sunday of each month
Time 2pm to 4pm
Contact

Matt.Rose@ccc.govt.nz

What to bring

Sturdy footwear or gumboots, weather appropriate clothing, tools provided

Okains Bay Camping Ground planting day

Location Okains Bay Camping Ground
Date Saturday 22 September
Time 10am to 12 noon
Where to go Meet at the Okains Bay campground entrance
What you'll be doing

Help Council Rangers and the Okains Bay Reserve Managment Committee plant native tree seedlings.

Free BBQ afterwards.

What to bring

Wear your gumboots and bring along a spade and gloves if you have them.

Sumner

Follow the Sumner Environment Facebook page(external link) for notices of upcoming dune working bees.