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Let’s make our Open Day a green event!: The Brook Waimārama Sanctuary

Let’s make our Open Day a green event! Here are three simple ways you can help reduce waste:
1) Remember to bring your own refillable drink bottles, keep cups, and containers for food and drinks. 🥤🌱
2) Consider biking or taking the bus to the Sanctuary instead of driving. Check out bus routes at 🚴‍♂️🚌
3) Help keep the Sanctuary clean by not leaving any rubbish behind. Chat with our volunteers at the Bin Station to learn about proper waste sorting and disposal. ♻️
There are many other ways you can join us in making a positive impact and contributing to conservation efforts in your community. Stop by and chat with us about how you, your friends, family, and community can get involved in Conservation in Action! 🍃
#openday #brooksanctuary #nelson #conservation #gogreen

Exciting news! Our Open Day sponsors, 𝐓𝐢𝐭𝐨𝐤𝐢 𝐍𝐮𝐫𝐬𝐞𝐫𝐲 will be joining us on Sunday 07th April!
Their team will be on-site from 10am – 4pm, selling a great range of native seedlings, so be sure to bring some cash along and any plant related questions you might have ahead of the planting season! 🎉🎉
Get ready for the planting season with these fantastic options!
– Cordyline australis
– Mixed Ferns
– Kowhai
– Toi Toi
– Kanuka
– Pittosporum eugenioides
& more!
(Note: Plants prices range from $3.15+GST onward)
Titoki Nursery Ltd has been growing native plants for ecological and revegetation projects throughout the top of the South Island for 40 years. Establishing meaningful relationships with both public and private land owners, achieving ecological goals that have led the way in native afforestation in New Zealand.
Titoki Nursery supplies local Councils, the Department of Conservation, QEII & various Environmental Trusts, Farmers, Property developers, and public. Enabling the creation of wetlands and water treatment plants, providing planning expertise and plants for erosion control in riparian situations and coastal dunes, and converting unproductive land into ecological refuges and carbon sinks.
Started by Martin and Jo Conway in 1984, the nursery was a pioneer in revegetation in New Zealand, developing growing systems and knowledge around the best species to use to colonise land with little ecological value, into thriving cultures of native flora and fauna. Continued since 2004 by Tim Le Gros, an ecologist who has brought the nursery into the 21st century, by complementing what was already successful with new and invigorated approaches to both scale, quality and innovation. The daily practice here is producing the highest quality plants possible, with the goal of giving the plants the best chance of survival in their new home. All successful projects start and finish with a professional approach coupled with dedication.

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