29th October 2020 With the forestry work now complete, the Te Mata Park revegetation project is well underway with new native trees dotting the landscape and the rongoā garden taking shape. Over winter, many community volunteers, schools, and groups organised to plant 15,000 native trees in the harvested areas, the new land, and the rongoā […]
About Sara Shaw
Sara Shaw has a background in marketing and teaching and is passionate about nature and conservation education. She assists the park with various park projects including the website, social media, and developing educational programmes in the Park for the community.
Entries by Sara Shaw
September 2020 Spring Newsletter Spring is undoubtedly here! The Park is a hive of activity with birds feeding on the fresh blossom, new native trees dotting the landscape, and track installation in progress in the recently harvested areas as well as on the new land. Looking back, it’s been a busy winter in the Park. […]
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