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Dr Mels Barton of the Tree Council on saving Auckland's natural heritage and fighting kauri dieback

21-Mar-2019

DR MELS BARTON OF THE TREE COUNCIL ON SAVING AUCKLAND’S NATURAL HERITAGE AND FIGHTING KAURI DIEBACK DISEASE – Thursday 21st March 2019 

An environmental scientist turned coordinator, campaigner, organiser, networker and environmental advocate, Mels works with many community organisations and not-for-profits including The Tree Council, Friends of Regional Parks, Revive Our Gulf and Living Wage Aotearoa New Zealand. She is Chair of both the Titirangi Residents & Ratepayers Association and the Combined Waitākere Ranges R&R Group and is a former Trustee of Ecomatters Environment Trust and the Weedfree Trust. She has been the National and Auckland Coordinator of NZAEE Seaweek since 2011 and is a leading member of the Waitākere Rāhui campaign and the Kauri Rescue project team. 

When: Thursday 21st March 2019 at 6.30pm 

Where: Remuera Library, 429 Remuera Road, Remuera