Diary

5th June 2005

About 100 people attended an open day at Rewanui. The purpose of the day was to give people the chance to explore part of the property and get feed back about future development. One hundred flax and cabbage trees were planted to mark the beginning of a native tree regeneration project. Many of the visitors took the opportunity to make the 280m climb to the Mt Clyde trig although views were restricted at times by the weather. The Foundation was encouraged by the attendance and positive opinions expressed and will consider plans to make the bush area available to the public at all times.

Time to talk and exchange ideas.

A group of people planting trees at the foot of the Mt Clyde Valley.

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