Whanau Planting days 10th and 17th of June 2023
Date: Saturday 10th and Saturday 17th of June 2023
Location: Vandy’s Road Aramiro – Meet at the Cattle Yards.
Registrations: Gates open 10.30am for whanau to park, staff will be on hand
The Aramiro Whenua Trustees invite owners and their whanau to our annual planting days on the 10th and 17th of June 2023. Our planting days are an important part of our long term goals to preserve and enhance our whenua now and for our future generations. It is also an opportunity to come back to the whenua reconnect with whanau and replenish the wairua.
- What will be planted?
A range of native plants will be planted over the course of the two days. They have been selected for resilience and durability to last generations and sustain all weather and environments.
- What do we need to bring?
Gumboots, raincoat (spade optional) and your awhi
- Will kai be provided on the day?
- What time will it finish?
Approximately 3.00pm or when our whanau decide.
- Where will they be planted?
The native plants will be placed in specifically marked out areas to ensure that they preserve and protect our whenua and waterways.
- Is there easy access for whanau?
Our Taiao team will pre-dig holes and have plants laid out for our whanau and will do there best to ensure the safest and easiest areas are available, so no long walks, heavy lifting or climbing involved.
- Any Health & Safety protocols?
Our team are first aid certified and will have their kits on-hand if needed. We do ask that our whanau remain vigilant on Covid protocols. If you are sick or feeling unwell, please whanau keep safe and remain at home.
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NZQA Level 3 Agriculture – Vehicles, Machinery and Infrastructure
To provide our rangatahi with practical skills in the Agriculture sector that are taught and applied on Aramiro Whenua
Student intake – Open now
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Expressions of Interest – Aramiro Whenua Trustee
- The applicants understanding of the role and relative governance experience (if any)
- Commitment to the role
- Skills and experience the applicant brings to the role that aligns to one or more of the key priority strategies for Aramiro Whenua i.e.
- Native forestry/products/bio actives etc
- Enterprise development
Expressions of Interest – Whanau enterprise/training
We welcome whanau enterprise and whanau training initiatives that support Our Whenua, Our People and Our identity
If you have an idea that you would like the Whenua to support you with please contact the Trust via email: email@example.com
Expression of Interest – Restoration of historic site, Te Kaharoa Maori School (forever strong)
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We are seeking expressions of interest from our Whanau that would like to take on restoring the land area and erecting signage and korero that pays tribute and acknowledgement to Te Kaharoa Maori School 1915 -1965
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