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Working Bee Volunteers

Organisation:

Save The Otago Peninsula (STOP) Inc

Category:

Conservation

Hours:

Both/Flexible

Locations:

Dunedin

While some planting is going on over winter, we are also releasing native seedlings planted in previous years to ensure that the trees get plenty of light and don’t have grass competing for nutrition and water, as well as enhancing the conditions to speed up natural revegetation in areas adjacent to existing bush remnants.

Regular volunteer working bees occur on Tuesday, and Sunday starting at 9.30am for two to three and a half hours.

Volunteers need to be able to make their own way down the peninsula. Generally, we work at the Smiths Creek Catchment on the Hereweka Harbour Cone Block but some weeks it is at other locations so please get in contact with the site organiser before you come. Volunteers need to be able to make their own way down the Peninsula. The No 18 bus drops you off close by at the end of Bacon St in Turnbulls Bay.

Requirements

You need to be able to walk across an uneven paddock. Tasks will be tailored to your level. Own transport to the site is required.

Time commitment

Regular volunteer working bees occur on Tuesday, and Sunday starting at 9.30am for two to three and a half hours.

Getting started

The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.

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