Tawatawa Reserve is one of Wellington's hidden jewels. As part of its work to restore native forest to the Reserve, Southern Environmental Association (SEA) runs a native plant nursery in the reserve. Come along at any time in the afternoon to find out how seeds are collected, germinated and grown in the nursery and hear from volunteers about some of the challenges of vegetating a reserve like Tawatawa.
The Southern Environmental Association native plant nursery is located about 150m west of the main reserve car park (the car park entrance is opposite 19 Murchison Street, Owhiro Bay). There will be signs from the car park to the nursery.
If it is wet on Saturday 5 March, the Open Day will be held the following Saturday, 12 March.
Contact Gona on 021 260 1129 with any questions.
This event is being organised as part of Parks Week 2016. Parks Week is an annual celebration of the important role that our parks play in contributing to the health of our communities. A range of formal and informal events take place across Wellington and New Zealand during parks week - there is something for everyone! Parks Week is a highlight of Summer City.