Students planted more native trees at their Swimming Hole site which they have been planting at since 2018.
It is not an easy site, prone storm damage through flooding in parts and during last winter, having large trees fall on the site.
However, the earliest plantings are now getting away well. This year's group were only about 12 years old but were one of the keenest groups that we have had over the years. Four of the Friends of Wairoa Stream mentored the students. The students learned the names of the native species that they planted and also weeded more than 100 Privet and Taiwan Cherries
A couple of photos: