Mahoe-nui Bush is a patch of remnant forest located in one of the gullies above Sumner valley, in the Port Hills.
The North Canterbury Branch of Forest and Bird and the Sumner Environment Group are helping the Christchurch City Council with the restoration of this lovely site.
They always welcome more volunteers!
|Saturday 25 March||9.15am to 11.30am||Upper Mahoe-nui||1 April|
|Saturday 29 April||9.15am to 11.30am||Upper Mahoe-nui||6 May|
|Saturday 1 July||9.15am to 11.30am||Upper Mahoe-nui||8 July|
|Saturday 29 July||9.15am to 11.30am||Upper Mahoe-nui||5 August|
|Saturday 2 September||9.15am to 11.30am||Upper Mahoe-nui||9 September|
|Saturday 23 September||9.15am to 11.30am||Upper Mahoe-nui||30 September|
Head up to Evans Pass (the road at the back of Sumner). Turn right and in 900m you will come to Mahoe-nui Bush on the left.
The site is fenced and you will see the native plantings up the gully. There is only space for a few cars at the site so please carpool.