What: Planting restoration programme to help improve water quality
Where: Lake Waikare, Te Kauwhata (40 kilometres north of Hamilton)
When: 24th - 27th June 2017 (join us for one, two or all of the days)
Lake Waikare is is a riverine lake, the largest of several shallow lakes in the upper floodplain of the Waikato River in New Zealand's North Island.
Lake Waikare was a source of sustenance for the whānau mai Te Riu tae atuki Te Puaha o Waikato. In recent years the health and wellbeing of the lake has been degraded by high inputs of nutrients, sediments and bacteria.
Join us in our planting programme to improve the water quality at Lake Waikare.
24th June 2017
Hui at Matahuru Marae -
From 9.00 am. Listen to the stories about the degradation of the lake, and the multiple restoration projects that are being undertaken.
25th to 27th June 2017
Planting at Lake Waikare -
At 9.00 am: Whanau and Volunteers gather at Matahuru Marae for planting programme preparation in the margins of Lake Waikare.
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Last update 9/6/17