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Winter 2014 Wetland Scenes 
Wallace Conservation
The creek in winter spate flows past 18 month old cabbage trees.

Wallace Conservation
Natural grass walkway under mature totara and kahikatea. Wetland can be seen through the trees to the right.

Wallace Conservation
The boardwalk completed during autumn will enable use of the walkway even when the river is high.

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The creek meanders between kahikatea trees, with flax at the water's edge.

Wallace Wetlands
Another view of the wetland. Bamboo stakes mark the location of plants to assist in releasing work during the summer.

Wallace Wetlands
The creek flows through into a large floodplain. This area will be planted up with native species in the next few years.

Winter 2013 Public Planting Day

Wallace Public Planting
Planting day, July 2013. Kanuka seedlings are planted on a bend in the river.

Wallace Public Planting
The worker is worthy of his hire - a good feed of takeaways at the end of a busy morning planting

Winter 2013 School Planting Day

Wallace Public Planting
Pupils from Tatuanui School gather ready for a busy day planting trees.

Wallace Planting
The whole morning isn't just about planting trees. Here the children learn about the ecology of the native forest.

Wallace Public Planting
Part of the day is spent studying the structure of a forest, and analysing the planting site.

Wallace Public Planting
A completed planting with the floodplain in the background.