Pioneers Wetland Boardwalk Katikati community project
The Taiao team want to provide an opportunity for Katikati people to contribute to this urban oasis project for our community.
This project is turning Council's stormwater pond into a native wetland oasis behind the Talisman Hotel, bordering on Talisman Drive and Beach Road. The wetland features a boardwalk and native plantings and is overlooked by the Pioneers sculpture, which is dedicated to Colin and June Carlton and created in 2008 by artist Mark Hill to commemorate the towns original Irish settlers. The revamped area will offer people an opportunity to sit quietly amongst nature.
You can Sponsor a Plant $25
You can sponsor a Board $100
Corporate Sponsor $500
Sponsor any amount you can
All sponsors of a Board on the Boardwalk and Corporate Sponsors will be acknowledged on signage at the walkway if they wish.
Use of funds
Landscaping and planting costs, and ongoing maintenance of the wetland.
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The Trust’s charitable purpose is that the depredation of Katikati’s natural world has ceased; its communities are connected and vibrant and happiness thrives. We will achieve our purpose by restoring and protecting our natural world; by creating ‘ALIVE’ habitats, ecosystems and communities for present and future generations.
*The priority habitats and ecosystems identified are our: communities and people; harbour; streams; soils; landscape; clean air and trees.
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