Greening our red zone
After the earthquakes of 2010-2011, Christchurch has a once-in-several-lifetimes opportunity to bring nature back into the heart of the city.
We can create a red zone forest and wetland park, that benefits not just a few, but ALL of the city. Just as our forebears left us Hagley Park so our legacy can be Avon-Otakaro Forest Park.
Watch the video and read the following pages to find out how creating a forest and wetland park in the Avon River red zone will improve the health and wellbeing of our plants, animals, lands – and people.
Join us on our campaign to green the Avon River red zone, to create a forest and wetland park that is our generation's ecological legacy for all of Christchurch.
Featured page: Avon River Red Zone ideas we like
Milky Way banner photo: Fraser Gunn, Lake Tekapo
Find out more – come to our AGM!
Want to find out more about Greening the Red Zone? Come to our AGM at 7:30pm, Monday, June 26, at 4 Acton St, Central Christchurch.
You'll hear about what we've been doing over the past year, what we're planning for the next year, and also what our Red Zone Dark Sky Park group has been up to.
You'll also get a chance to become a member (please bring $10 cash) and ask any questions you have. Tea and bikkies provided.
Greening the Red Zone proposal to Regenerate Christchurch
Greening the Red Zone has submitted its proposal to Regenerate Christchurch. You can download the proposal, and a memo from Forest & Bird about options for governance. They are also available in one document on our Submissions & presentations page.