NFRT at Eye on Nature 2015
Following the success of Eye on Nature 2014, the Manukau Beautification Charitable Trust will again host the event with an impressive group of 28 environmentally active partners and sponsors including the Native Forest Restoration Trust at the Auckland Botanic Gardens.The event vision in 2015 is to:“Plant a seed and grow a young mind to engage positively in ongoing environmental activities”.Up to 1500 year 5 and 6 students will attend the schools fun and interactive educational activity days on Tuesday 24 March, Wednesday 25 March and Thursday 26 March 2015. Students travel to the event courtesy of buses arranged by the Manukau Beautification Charitable Trust. As well as enjoying the arts and crafts, and interactive learning and educator-led games and activities, students will spend time in the Totara forest.This will again be followed by a FREE community day for families and the general public which NFRT will again be a part of on Saturday 28 March 2015. A range of entertainment, hands-on arts and crafts, games, maze activities, bush walks, cave exploration, archaeologists sand pit dig, cooking demonstrations and door prizes are all part of the fun.We look forward to supporting this year’s event as it continues to grow from strength to strength!