Registrations: Te Ara Kākāriki Plantout Day - Self Drive Event in West Melton
Key information before registering:
By filling out this registration form, you are planning to volunteer plant at native greendot sites on Saturday 3rd of October. The back up date in case of bad weather is October 10th. Please keep this date available as well.

For this planting day, we will be planting at two sites in West Melton from 10am.

We provide spades and clean gloves but you are welcome to bring your own.
BYO lunch, Te Ara Kākāriki will provide morning and afternoon tea, water to fill drink bottles,.
A portaloo and handwashing facilities will be on site.

All ages are welcome, children are the responsibility of their parent / guardian. The planting sites may be muddy or uneven terrain. A pair of sturdy shoes or gumboots are recommended.

A registration pack with maps, directions and a schedule will be emailed to you before the planting day.

If we haven't covered something in this registration form, please email us with your question: office@kakariki.org.nz
Section 1. Contact Details
Full name, or family group name if more than one *
Number of adults registering *
For larger groups please email office@kakariki.org.nz or register seperately
Number of children registering (under 14) *
Email *
Phone number
Section 2. Transport
Please note that this is self drive event planting at two sites. Please contact office@kakariki.org.nz if you would like to participate in carpooling as either a driver or passenger.
Maps, directions and a schedule will be emailed to everyone in the weeks leading up to the plantout event.
Section 3. Food
Morning tea and afternoon tea including hot drinks and water will be provided.
Please bring your own lunch.
Section 4. Health and Safety
Personal safety is the responsibility of the participant, or in the case of minors, the guardian. If you have a medical condition please advise the event coordinator by emailing office@kakariki.org.nz. The site may be rough or muddy and weather may be cold, the Huritini/Halswell River borders the planting site. Sturdy footwear, practical clothing and hats are necessary. Participants will be required to read and sign a health and safety document on arrival and there will be a site specific induction before planting begins. A trained first aider will be on site all day and sunscreen, drinking water, toilets and snacks will be available at all times.
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Thank you for completing this application, we look forward to planting with you.
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