EVENT POSTPONED TILL 15 OCT.
DoC biodiversity ranger Graeme Atkins discusses the ecology, habitat and medicinal uses of plants Banks and Solander collected from this district.
DoC biodiversity ranger Graeme Atkins will discuss the ecology, habitat and medicinal uses of plants Banks and Solander collected from this district. Participants are encouraged to bring along 20 snails from their own gardens in exchange for some kaka beak seeds and knowledge about how to grow them.
Atkins role and interests revolve around native flora. He specialises in rare species and rongoā Māori. He has been responsible for working on the Banks Garden at Longbush and the Cook Landing Site. This involved collecting and growing the plants Cook and his crew collected from Tūranga, Anaura and Uawa in 1769.
Exploring the impact of settlement upon the native flora and fauna of Te Tairāwhiti.
Wild Lab’s Toitū Tairāwhiti project engages young people with rare and endangered native plants and animals at Longbush.
A photographic exhibition from Te Ahikā depicting unique stories to Ūawa