Peripatus Schools Project Exhibit at the Making a Change' Expo — April 28th
A free family fun event showcasing fun ways to get involved in conservation with activities from different organisations to earn a Wild Dunedin Toyota Kiwi Guardians medal.
The Peripatus Schools Project will SHOW our research techniques, DISPLAY our artwork, and LAUNCH flyers created by the children on Building Bug Hotels.
Sausage sizzle provided by the Dunedin Amenities Society.
Community groups involved in the expo include:
Town Belt Kaitiaki - encouraging children to contribute to the creation of a bug motel that will stay in Woodhaugh Gardens
PekaPeka Bird Feeders - designers Tahu and Harvey will show what makes their bird feeder so safe for native birds and talk about feeding native birds in your home garden.
Peripatus Schools Project - Catchments Otago will focus on bug habitats, encouraging children to search for bugs and how to build a bug hotel at home.
Keep Dunedin Beautiful - Alison will focus on recycling and rubbish sorting
Lead the Way - Margie is the dog advocate and will talk to dog owners from the Traverse about becoming wildlife certified. They will also have Sandy the sea lion there to aid advocacy. Dogs can be left here for parking up while owners enjoy the expo.
Toitu - Sara will oversee 'Actors in the Park' - secondary school students will dress in historic clothing offering tales and fun facts about old Dunedin
Otago Regional Council - Shayde will look after 'Only Drain Rain' where people can learn how their actions can impact on water quality
Dunedin City Council - Jun's stall will survey Town Belt perspectives
One Billion Trees - Paul Pope's stall is advertising the project
Wild Dunedin and Presbyterian Support - Find our Volunteers pushing a supermarket trolley filled up with net vegetable and fruit bags to giveaway - making a change everytime you shop!