Planting trees beside waterways improves water quality and helps restore native habitats, so we were thrilled with the results of our second Sustainable Coastlines event. A huge thank you to the 126 volunteers who participated with special thanks to Hingaia Peninsula School, Drury School and Rosehill College. Look what you achieved:

  • 2,148 native riparian plants put in the ground over two days 
  • 441 volunteer hours contributed

At Auranga we are serious about contributing to improved waterways so we're delighted to be partnering with Sustainable Coastlines to get the message out about 'loving your water'. During this event 23 Love Your Water presentations were delivered and 569 people educated - we're looking forward to bringing everyone together again in 2018.

To get the full story visit the Sustainable Coastlines website.