Welcome to Ecoevents

Ecoevents connects Aucklanders to environmental events. This platform is provided by Auckland Council to support environmental action in the community.

Individuals and community groups can use Ecoevents to find, plan and promote community activities that support a healthy, sustainable environment.

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Upcoming events

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10:30am
Feb
28
2016
1:00pm
Feb
28
2016

North Shore Forest & Bird Summer Branch Picnic

A chance for all Forest & Birders, family and friends to join together for a picnic, swim and nature wander at Tawharanui Open Sanctuary; only an hour’s drive from Auckland – but a world away. There is a good chance of seeing Takahē, Whitehead (Pōpokotea), Saddleback, Bellbird and Pōteke at Tawharanui.
Meet in the main car park close to the big red barn at
10:30 a.m. Look for the Forest & Bird flag.
Bring lunch, drinks, swimming gear, walking shoes, hat and sunscreen.
Contact Helene on 480 8851 or willis24@xtra.co.nz
Directions to Tawharanui Open Sanctuary. Take State Highway 1 north to Warkworth. Follow the signs to Matakana. Just past Matakana turn right at the Omaha turn off, drive along Takatu Road and the park is well sign posted. (Note: The last 6km of the route is a winding gravel road).
For more info about the park go to -
http://regionalparks.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/tawharanui

7:30pm
Mar
07
2016
9:30pm
Mar
07
2016

North Shore Forest & Bird Meeting with Guest Speaker

Plant Conservation in Auckland – Diversity of Management Approaches.
Auckland has many threatened plants; around 38% of the total vascular flora in Auckland have some level of threat classification. Pressures such as competition from weeds, climate change and the ongoing infrastructural needs of a burgeoning population mean the threat pressures are not going to ease. A clearly defined strategic direction with regards to ecosystem and species protection guides the plant conservation efforts of Auckland Council. Our speaker, Janeen Collings, is a Senior Regional Advisor (Flora) within the Biodiversity Team of Auckland Council Environmental Services. She’ll talk about plant threats, prioritisation of the work and examples of various projects that will illustrate the diversity of approaches and opportunities Auckland Council takes to achieve plant conservation.
Location - Senior Citizens Hall, To the right of the Takapuna Library front entrance, The Strand,Takapuna. The meeting will start with native of the month, weed of the month and environmental updates followed by our guest speaker. Non members welcome, join us for supper afterwards. Donation appreciated to cover costs. For further information ph Roger Clifton 021 298 9368 A/H 473 8340

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