Dallington Landing Tree Planting

Saturday 7 August 1 – 4 pm
Forest of Peace, Remembrance and Community
In partnership with Christchurch city council and supported by rotary forests of peace remembrance and community, conservation volunteers New Zealand are helping to create a native forest at Dallington Landing in Christchurch's red zone.
We'll be planting around 42,000 trees, shrubs and grasses over the next 18 months to increase biodiversity and recreate a forest-type environment.  Come along and help create this forest at the first community planting day. Following the planting there will be a BBQ.
To access the site, turn off river road into Dallington Terrace. Parking is through the gate alongside the river. Bike parking is even closer! We'll provide tools and team leaders. You’ll need to bring gardening gloves, a water bottle and wear sturdy footwear.
Please register on our website:
or email donna (dlusby@cvnz.org.nz) for more information.
Download the flyer by clicking here.
What to Bring
We will have lots of extra drinking water on site. CVNZ will provide a BBQ after the event.
Bring your own gardening gloves.
What to Wear
You need to wear:
- strong work or walking boots
- long sleeves and long pants
- broad brimmed hat
- rain jacket
Where to meet
Dallington Terrace off River Road, Dallington.
If coming in a car, drive along Dallington terrace to the gate, parking is inside the gate alongside the river.
Bike parking is even closer!
Dallington Landing Forest of Peace, Remembrance and Community is a Christchurch City Council community initiative supported by Rotary Trees, Te Uru Rākau and Conservation Volunteers NZ.