Forest restoration and protection on
Bluff Hill and Bluff Harbour environments


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What Next for Bluff? Can you help us?

During the month of November we will be holding a series of Discussion Groups in Bluff, to talk over the environmental issues and opportunities for Bluff Hill Motupōhue.

This will help us better understand people’s responses from the recent “What Next” postcard survey. The feedback from these groups will be used by the Bluff Hill Motupōhue Trust and our partners to plan for the future of Bluff’s environment. There are no right or wrong answers to any questions. The Trust wishes to hear many viewpoints from across the community.

All participants will receive a $40 Gift Card from the Bluff Four Square Supermarket.

  • Location: The Bluff Ambulance Hall on Lee Street
  • Date and tme: Sessions will be held at various times from Wednesday 7th to Tuesday 13th of November. They will take about 2 hours. Tea/coffee and nibbles will be provided. We will confirm the date and time once we receive your registration form (see below).
  • Details: Each session will consist of 8 to 12 people – mostly Bluff residents. They will be run by Liana Stupples, under the direction of the Bluff Hill Motupōhue Environment Trust. Liana is an independent and experienced meeting facilitator. Liana is jointly funded to do this work by the Trust, Environment Southland and the Department of Conservation.

If you would like to take part, register your interest HERE: