Public workshops on Biodiversity

Published: Mon 7 Oct 2002 05:59 PM
Public workshops on Biodiversity
Five public workshops are being held this month to discuss how to enhance the city’s biodiversity - the elements that are part of Christchurch, naturally. What is biodiversity? For Christchurch, it means the plants, birds, fish and insects that occur here naturally.
The workshops are:
Monday 21 October Fendalton Service Centre 5-7pm
Tuesday 22 October Sockburn Service Centre 7-9pm -
Wednesday 23 October Horticultural Society South Hagley Park 10 am – midday
Tuesday 29 October New Brighton Working Men’s Club 7-9pm
Thursday 31 October Linwood Service Centre 5-7pm

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