We were delighted to welcome tamariki and their caregivers from Oromahoe Kindergarten to an exciting event at the Tākou Sanctuary today. Together, we embarked on a mission to restore and preserve the natural beauty of our beloved sanctuary through a day of planting and adventure.
Under the watchful eyes of our experienced guides, Clinton, Aku and Harry, the children were ready to embark on their planting journey. Armed with spades and brimming with enthusiasm, they set out to plant a diverse range of trees that will become pillars of our sanctuary’s ecosystem. Together, they lovingly placed totara, kauri, pingao, and pohutakawa saplings into the whenua, knowing that their efforts will contribute to the preservation of our natural heritage.
To recognize their commitment to the environment, each child was presented with a well-deserved Mini Ranger Certificate. This certificate serves as a symbol of their contribution and a reminder of the positive impact they made on the sanctuary’s ecosystem.
We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the tamariki and their caregivers for joining us in this important endeavor. Their presence and support not only enriched the experience but also helped create a brighter future for our sanctuary and the generations to come.
At Tākou Sanctuary, we believe in the power of community and the immense value of nurturing our environment. This event showcased the incredible potential of our young ones and their ability to make a difference. Together, we are sowing the seeds of a greener, healthier world.