nau mai, haere mai
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
thursday the 21st of September from 7pm
St. Enochs church
Hear about our achievements over the last year
Listen to our guest speaker Ben Teele -What came before and what could come after - factors in restoring native vegetation in Central Otago.
Nursery sessions are on
Every thursday afternoon from 1 to 3pm
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
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.