Meola Creek St Lukes Environmental Protection Society – STEPS

St Lukes Environmental Protection Society (STEPS) was incorporated in 2005. Its purpose is to protect and enhance the environment and amenities in the St Lukes area. Read more ...

Sat 24 November 2018 Event @ Roy Clements Treeway

November 18th, 2018

Join STEPS improving part of the Roy Clements Treeway.

Earlier in the year, we planted the ephemeral wetland at the Treeway’s southern end, and it now needs a little tending to keep it thriving.

Come along, with family and friends, for a couple of hours of releasing, and help improve the biodiversity of the area.

  • Saturday 24th November 2018 at 10.00am
  • @ Kerr Taylor Park (Fergusson Reserve) end of Roy Clements Treeway (southern end)

Please bring a sunhat and sunblock, a raincoat, water bottle and gardening gloves.

If the weather looks poor, check after 8am.

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STEPS Planting Maintenance – 24 November 2018 – poster for this event.

Thanks to Saturdays workers…

November 11th, 2018

Thanks to all those, young and old, who took time out and came and helped release some of the plants in the Ephemeral Wetland on the Roy Clements Treeway.  We made a big and visible difference!

Balmoral Cubs and Scouts Care for our creek.

November 2nd, 2018

STEPS was delighted to meet the Balmoral Cub and Scout Group at Waitītiko Meola Creek on 24 October.  It was a high energy occasion with the groups and leaders picking up lots of litter. Group members were very interested to learn about the STEPS wetland, springs and new plants on the Roy Clements Treeway. Thanks to Sam and the leaders – they were a wonderful group and we invited them back soon!



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