Hawksbury Lagoon Inc.

Waikouaiti - East Otago - New Zealand

News

September Newsletter

 

August Newsletter


KUKT 2017 newsletter

 

July 2017 flooding event
The HL is at the highest level yet seen due to the exceptional rainfall event. See photos in the Photo Gallery.

Scotia Street causeway upgrade
The causeway surface has been prepared for a new layer of limechip to be spread. Before next winter we will also upgrade the Inverary to Stewart St causeway. This will cost about $1500, any contributions towards this cost would be helpful. Bank account 031737002079900.



Events

September activity plan

 

The next Ki uta ki tai day will be held on Sunday September 17th. All are welcome. Morning tea and lunch provided.






Project Funding

How we are funded and how you can help.. More >>


We have a further supply of our popular Derek Onley Illustrated Tea Towels, if you would like to purchase one contact Julie Gemmell phone 465 7664. They sold out very quickly last time. 
Cost is a reasonable $15.


Tea Towel Image >>


 

Habitat Plans

2013  Water management options plan:      Irricon Consulting

                        Dugald McTavish        Dr Robin Mitchell

 

2012   Metal concentrations within the sediment:  University of Otago

                        Matt Desmond           Dr Chris Hepburn

                        Dr Rebecca McLeod

 

2009    Ecological management plan:          Wildland Consultants

                        Steve Rate                Richard Gillies

                        Andy Garrick              Kelvin Lloyd

 

Progress to date: Ecological management plan

 

 Zone A  
Planting complete, seats installed
 Zone B Exposed side of causeways  planted, seats installed.
 Zone C Walking track extended to enable exit onto Dumbarton Street.
 Zone D & E No work started as yet.
 Zone F
Plantings of Cabbage trees and Flax carried out. Gorse now removed. 
 Zone G Stewart Street causeway entrance planted and seats installed.
Home owners encouraged to plant lagoon margins with native plants.
 Zone H & I No work started as yet
 Zone J Flax and toe toe planted at the northern end.
Pine plantation cleared, area now planted in native species.
 Zone K Small areas of rushes planted.