The Society has been awarded the Taylor Shield at the recently held Keep Dunedin Beautiful Awards. It is recognition for the Society’s efforts in restoring and enhancing Craigieburn as a prominent area in Dunedin’s heritage and biodiversity landscape. A Rocha was also awarded the supreme award at the ceremony and the Society passes on its congratulations to them for their success. A Rocha has been active in planting and other work at Craigieburn and the recognition of this new group in Dunedin is well deserved.
Award for Craigieburn
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