Volunteer Work Day
The work involves walking along a marked track, sometimes very steep, clearing vegetation from the track line and checking bait stations and track markers along the way.You will be working in teams of 2 or 3 people with an experienced person in each group.
We are therefore planning the first 2017 Otanewainuku work-day for Sunday February 12th 9am start
• Meet at the Otanewainuku Shelter on Mountain Road just as the road enters the Otanewainuku Bush.
• Instruction and basic equipment will be provided.
• If you have a pair of loppers, pruning saw, or hammer you can bring these along.
• Sturdy walking shoes or boots will be required, as well as warm gear, raincoat, drink, and snacks.
• If you have your own Hi-vis vest or jacket and/or a personal first aid/survival kit, we encourage you to bring these along
• It is important to note that for this work a reasonable level of fitness and health is required.
• We encourage you to go at your own pace and enjoy this magnificent forest.
• The work involves walking along a marked track, sometimes very steep, clearing vegetation from the track line and checking bait stations and track markers along the way.
• You will be working in teams of 2 or 3 people with an experienced person in each group. .
New Volunteers are welcome.
If you have questions please contact Peter Crane. A BBQ, tea and coffee will be provided at the end of the day. You're welcome to turn up just for the BBQ if you can't make it for the morning. A great way to be part of, and get to know, "Team OKT"
We're usually finished by approx. 1.30pm.
Please contact me on 544 3951 or at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any further information.
We will keep a close eye on the weather and make a call by 6pm on Saturday night if we are going to cancel the workday. A message will be posted on the website and facebook if we do cancel. Txt Peter Crane if you are not sure on 027 491 2424