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Rusty roof no more

Rusty roof no more

Thanks to an amazing grant of $40.000 from TTCF, The Trusts Community Foundation, we were able to get our roof replaced, just before the winter rains set in. A team of hard working men from ReelRoofing did a fine job installing the sheets of pre-painted corrugated...
A Starry Night

A Starry Night

Usually Ark in the Park and Forest & Bird Waitakere run ‘Nightwalks with Nature’ in summer near the Ark headquarters at the Cascades car park. But due to kauri dieback restrictions, that is out of bounds so they partnered up with Matuku Link to do...
April Working bee on 28th

April Working bee on 28th

As most people will be doing other things (Easter egg hunt?) on our usual Third Sunday of the month in April, we’re getting together on the Fourth Sunday in stead. So our next Working Bee will be on: Sunday 28th of April, from 10 am We hope to see you there to...
VIP Kayak Day a success

VIP Kayak Day a success

VIP Kayak Day very successful! Thanks to all our volunteers, the Auckland Kayak and Canoe Club and their volunteers, all our patrons and don’t forget the weather, our VIP kayak day went really well and we saw smiling faces all around us. Even the people who did...
Traps, traps, more traps

Traps, traps, more traps

In an effort to control possums, trustee John Sumich and volunteer Anko placed self-resetting GoodNature A12 traps around the northern perimeter. It will help control the possums, as does our baiting regime and other traps we have out there. But having self-resetting...
TTCF grant money!

TTCF grant money!

The goal of repurposing the existing old barn into a Sustainable Wetland Education Centre is now much closer with $40,000 to be spend on a new roof, insulation and a new waste water treatment system. The removal of the asbesthos cladding from the barn was a big step...