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Category Archives: Pukemokemoke
Waikato Regional Council summer student Jess Pasisi visited Pukemokemoke for the first time yesterday to attend the Landcare Field Day. She reports on an inspiring experience. It was day of pests, networking and bats at the annual Landcare Networking Field … Continue reading
They’ve pulled weeds there, planted seedlings and even dabbled in some path building, but for this third visit Pukemokemoke felt the power of the EcoQuest bridge build. Lecturer Robyn Sinclair explains. They say third time is a charm, and it … Continue reading
Weed growth is second only to the Waikato maize, says Friends of Pukemokemoke’s Alan Leadley. “The warm wet summer we’ve had so far means that the young trees which were recently weeded are already again nearly covered on weeds.” He … Continue reading
It’s been a wonderful year the Reserve at Pukemokemoke, says Alan Leadley. The main loop tracks to the summit have been improved, and the Mangatea area of weed and privet infestation has been well and truly changed into an area … Continue reading
There was some serious botanising going on at Pukemokemoke today. Early in the morning two vans discharged a group of students visiting the bush reserve as part of a summer school project. Waikato University biology lecturer Chrissen Gemmill has been … Continue reading