Another planting site has been completed! Stage 2 of our Waikato River Authority funded project along Te Awa The Great NZ River Ride has just seen 9,144 natives being planted at the site.
Stage 1 has also received another 800 plants, with an extra 200 being planted next week by community leaders, marae and youth from the Huntly area.
Why don't you make the most of this spring weather and go for a family bike ride on the Croall Cres/Ngaruawahia Golf Course section of the River Ride to see our new plants!
Thanks so much to the WRA for making this project a reality!
Suave ScottNo cycle way through Affco? thank God, wouldn't want to smell that vile smell anyway. Great news guys, although when I initially read the title I couldn't help but hope that it was going to go near the Fairfield bridge, connecting to that little walkway that goes nowhere but river road. I hate having to go up the hill and then dismount for the bridge.
Our region’s WON three out of five awards at the Bike to the Future Awards! Congratulations to Te Awa The Great NZ River Ride, Rototuna Junior and Senior High Schools and Trustpower for being recognised as some of the best cycling projects in NZ ow.ly/nDSI302dPvW
We are excited to be host the NZ Mountain Film Festival in July. Tickets are $25, students $15 with a complimentary drink and snack on arrival. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 021702581 for tickets. Limited numbers be in quick!