Middelmost Mudfish Site Working Bee

At the next Working Waters Trust and Forest and Bird North Canterbury Branch working bee, we'll be weeding, and potentially planting native water plants , in their terrestrial stage, in new wetland areas as important spawning habitat for the threatened Canterbury mudfish.

1 pm-3:30pm Saturday 20th January (rain or shine). Afternoon tea at 3:30pm (provided) 332 Island Rd, View Hill (West of Oxford)

RSVP to sophie@workingwaters.org

Driving instructions: From North/East Christchurch - head to Oxford from the northern motorway, then take Woodside Rd, Mounseys Rd then turn onto Island Rd and meet at the first house on the left. Don't take Island Rd all the way unless you are happy to go through the ford. From West Christchurch take Old West Road and go over the Waimakariri Gorge bridge, then along Harmans Gorge Rd - don't take Ashworths Rd or Raineys Rd unless again you like fording a river! Carry along Island Rd until it turns into a gravel road then first house on the left.

Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/kGNGCTvSjjL2

Facebook event (if keen to share with friends etc): here.

Bring gardening gloves, packed lunch and water bottles, clothes for both rain or shine e.g. rain coat, outdoors shoes/gumboots (with closed toes as there are a few thistles). Event will be either rain or shine! Contact Sophie at sophie@workingwaters.org if you would like to carpool and have space, or would like a ride.