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LWMCU Waiarohia Clean up (Whangarei)

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Hidden : Saturday, August 11, 2018
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CITO Events are a chance for geocachers to give back to their local spaces and communities, and may involve tree planting, litter pick up, or even habitat restoration.
Event time: 10 till Noon
Location: Park, Side of bank, Footpaths

Thank you in advance for the assistance.
We will be heading down the bank, in a park, along a footpath and all around nearby to a Geocache location.
Within the depths you will find some people have dumped some rubbish and also whatever else we find.
The area we will be working on can be quite steep so be prepared to climb a few hills, or cart the rubbish to the truck.

Bring good sturdy footwear as we wouldn't want you slipping up, gumboots maybe if they aren't too loose.

I will be supplying plastic gloves, and I have a few pairs of gardening gloves that can be used, but you are welcome to bring your own.
I will have disinfectant with me as well.
I will also have a truck with me to remove the rubbish.

Imagine a country where all New Zealanders care about and actively work to restore, enhance and protect our environment. THAT’S OUR VISION!
Those who attend this event will also receive a Be a tidy Kiwi Badge.

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