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Meola Planting – STEPS 2018

April 16th, 2018

Join members of the St Lukes Environmental Protection Society (STEPS) for the community planting at Roy Clements Treeway, Meola Creek. This year we are delighted to be planting the ephemeral wetland at the southern end, and the Alberton entrance also.  Come along with your family and friends for a couple of hours of planting and help improve the native biodiversity of the area.

When: Saturday 19 May 2018 at 10.30 am

Where: Kerr Taylor Reserve end of Treeway, 35 Fergusson Ave, Mt Albert

What to bring: Sunhat, sunblock, raincoat, water bottle, gardening gloves and a spade, if you have them.

For further information contact us via our website. If it rains, we will post an update on the STEPS website.

Our rain day will be Sunday 20th May. Thanks to Albert-Eden Local Board for their ongoing support.

Mountain to Sea Walk – March 2018

March 4th, 2018

On Saturday the 10th of March, STEPS will be walking, for the first time, the first stage of the Meola Waititiko Mountain to Sea Walk, from Mt Albert Owairaka to Kerr Taylor Reserve.

Come and join us! Its a chance to learn about the headwaters and some geography of Meola Waititiko, while stretching your legs in good company.   Kids welcome, so bring the whole family.

Details of the walk can be found here: .  We are only walking the first section, which is just under 3km, and we will be taking our time.

Meet at 10am at the trig station on the highest point of Mt Albert Owairaka, on Saturday 10th March, and finish in Kerr Taylor reserve, for a cold drink.

For those driving or biking to the start, there will be cars at the end to shuttle walkers back to their cars or bikes.

If weather looks poor, see on the day at 8am to check for cancellation.

We hope to see you there!

Stormwater in Mt Albert

November 21st, 2017

See STEPS interview and article on stormwater on Mt Albert Inc  – Mt Albert’s new website for local issues.    Please pass this link on to your friends and contact STEPS if you need more information.

Flooding at St Lukes.

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