Taranaki Mahood-Lowe Reserve Opening

March 25, 2019

The Taranaki Mahood-Lowe Reserve officially opened over the weekend, with around 140 people turning up to celebrate the launch and participate in guided walks. The 133-hectare forest wetland, which borders Egmont National Park, was secured in 2018 following a successful public fundraising appeal to raise $500,000.

TRACK TO TARANAKI MAHOOD-LOWE RESERVE

 

TARANAKI MAHOOD-LOWE RESERVE WATCHED OVER BY THE MAJESTIC MOUNT TARANAKI

 

NEW ENTRANCE SIGNAGE

 

SUPPORTERS STARTING TO ARRIVE

 

A CHANCE TO CATCH UP

 

GATHERING IN THE MARQUEE FOR SPEECHES

 

SPEECHES

 

NFRT CHAIR TIM OLIVER

 

PROFESSOR BRUCE CLARKSON, UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO

 

SPEECHES

 

PROFESSOR BRUCE CLARKSON, UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO

 

MAJOR DONOR RAY LOWE

 

NPDC COUNCILLOR AND WILD FOR TARANAKI CHAIRPERSON, ROY WEAVER

 

SPEECHES

 

COUNCILLOR TOM CLOKE, TARANAKI REGIONAL COUNCIL

 

LUNCH

 

NFRT TRUSTEE ANDREW TUCKEY WITH CHAIR TIM OLIVER

 

ANNETTE WITH NFRT TRUSTEE DELL HOOD

 

NFRT TRUSTEE ROSEMARY DAVISON WITH SUPPORTERS FROM UPPER HUTT

 

AROUND 140 PEOPLE GATHERED FOR THE OPENING

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