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We are an organisation of mainly volunteers that are working to restore, educate and advocate for our unique dryland plant species of Central Otago and the special creatures that depend upon them.
WHAT IS COMING UP
Planting dates ARE ALL DONE for 2023
thanks so much to a wonderful group of volunteers that made it to some or all three sessions. We couldn't have done it without you.
NURSERY SESSIONs Are moving to winter hours on the 13th OF APRIL 1pm to 3pm every thursday
All welcome, no experience necessary
BRING YOUR OWN MASK legionella bacteria protection
BRING YOUR OWN GLOVES
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information if needed
haehaeata gift cards
Want to support a planting but can't be there yourself?
We have just developed a gifting system where you can buy a plant for a special someone in your life or to support a local native planting project that uses our eco sourced plants. These plants will be planted at the next planting date after your order by a community group. These plantings are on public land so can be visited any time.
By completing the form and making payment we will email out a gift card to your recipient outlining what project is being supported and how many trees have been gifted.
Please feel free to tell anyone and everyone about this initiative and help improve Central Otago's biodiversity and support local community groups.
Click on the link to buy now.
A 'mostly' monthly email with local plant profile, upcoming events and what we have been doing amongst other things.
We rely on generous donations from the public, sponsorship and grants to ensure our nursery can eco source and propagate native plants along with providing a hub for community involvement and learning. The projects we are involved in will ultimately create areas of native bush providing homes for our native wildlife.
Would you or your business like to 'give back' and support work to improve our environment and natural heritage? Become a friend!