Titirangi Protection Group fundraising page
- $2,391.00 donated
- 31 generous donors
The Titirangi Protection Group is co-coordinating community efforts to oppose the development of a huge water treatment plant.
The construction of this plant will destroy more than 1000 trees over four hectares of significant native mature bush – including a large part of the very popular Clark Bush Track, bring an industrial sized plant to within four metres of local residents and put untold strain on roading and other infrastructure in surrounding communities.
If this project goes ahead in Titirangi, it would be an ecological and social disaster, an insult to the environmental pioneers that helped create the essential character of Titirangi and an absolute disgrace for the green image of New Zealand.
Funds raised will be used to create material to inform the public about the scale and social/natural impacts of the development and to obtain professional support and advice to help oppose Watercare plans. This includes newsletters, signs, posters, advertising, website hosting, legal and other specialist advice.
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Founding member of the Titirangi Protection Group
All funds raised benefit:
Titirangi Protection Group
Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Glenn Schussler on behalf of Titirangi Protection Group.
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