Wairoa Stream - Preparation for June planting

May 12, 2016

 

About 30 large eucalyptus trees, that were a hazard to further progress on the upstream planting, have been taken out and mulched or removed by Northland Treeworks.

 

Rod Brown is arranging a site visit with Corey of Northland Excavators, which has a smaller digger and a truck, to arrange for them to complete a tidy-up of the area in preparation for a large public planting (approximately 1,000 plants) on Sunday 19th June.

 

The pictures of the works were supplied by Bob Bingham.

 

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Pictures supplied by Bob Bingham.

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