Greater Wellington Regional Council

Community Organisation

Greater Wellington Regional Council
Shed 39
2 Fryatt Quay
Pipitea
Wellington
28 days ago

Have you spotted a rook on your property?

Community Engagement Advisor from Greater Wellington Regional Council

These large invasive birds are a problem in the Wellington region because they eat and destroy newly germinated seedlings, which sometimes means entire crops need to be re-sown.

We need to protect our region’s environment and economic wellbeing from damage, which is why we aim to remove rooks … View more
These large invasive birds are a problem in the Wellington region because they eat and destroy newly germinated seedlings, which sometimes means entire crops need to be re-sown.

We need to protect our region’s environment and economic wellbeing from damage, which is why we aim to remove rooks from our region by 2029.

Find out more about Rooks here - www.gw.govt.nz...

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36 days ago

Oakleigh Street Tree Work

Community Engagement Advisor from Greater Wellington Regional Council

🌲 Tree work will commence at the Oakleigh Street entrance of Belmont Regional Park from 22 – 24 September. To facilitate this, we need to close the Oakleigh Street carpark during this time to keep everyone safe. Firewood may be collected after 4pm each day by the community.

Thanks for … View more
🌲 Tree work will commence at the Oakleigh Street entrance of Belmont Regional Park from 22 – 24 September. To facilitate this, we need to close the Oakleigh Street carpark during this time to keep everyone safe. Firewood may be collected after 4pm each day by the community.

Thanks for understanding & respecting these restrictions while in place. 😊

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60 days ago

Te Awa Kairangi Hutt River bank protection – Heretaunga, Upper Hutt

Community Engagement Advisor from Greater Wellington Regional Council

We've begun work on stabilising the banks of Te Awa Kairangi Hutt River at Heretaunga near the Royal Wellington Golf Club in Upper Hutt, alongside the popular Hutt River Trail.

This is co-funded by Greater Wellington and the Government’s Kānoa Resilient River Communities Programme. … View more
We've begun work on stabilising the banks of Te Awa Kairangi Hutt River at Heretaunga near the Royal Wellington Golf Club in Upper Hutt, alongside the popular Hutt River Trail.

This is co-funded by Greater Wellington and the Government’s Kānoa Resilient River Communities Programme. 🌱💙

70 days ago

Community Environment Fund

Community Engagement Advisor from Greater Wellington Regional Council

Are you part of a community group who could do with a boost? Every year our Community Environment Fund supports groups that are working to restore and protect native ecosystems on public land.

If your mahi is based around Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour or from Churton Park to Pukerua Bay, you and … View more
Are you part of a community group who could do with a boost? Every year our Community Environment Fund supports groups that are working to restore and protect native ecosystems on public land.

If your mahi is based around Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour or from Churton Park to Pukerua Bay, you and your crew could be eligible for up to three years of support! Applications are open now, just make sure to submit before 5pm on 17 September 2021.

For more information on how to apply, head to www.gw.govt.nz...

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183 days ago

Tātou Rohe – Our Region

Community Engagement Advisor from Greater Wellington Regional Council

Have a read through our latest issue of Tō Tātou Rohe – Our Region for a digest of what we’ve been up to, and what’s coming up: bit.ly...

You can subsrcibe on our website to receive these updates direct to your inbox: bit.ly...

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