Rising Tide and the Stormwater SIG would like to invite you to join us for a walking tour of water sensitive urban design features in Wellington. Stu Farrant of Morphum environmental will lead a speaking tour on what has worked well and what could be improved.
Registrations: This free event is open to both members and non-members, and will be of particular interest to young water professionals or those with an interest in waterway health and stormwater management. Please log on to the Water New Zealand website to secure your ticket. If you have not yet joined our database, you can do so here. If you have any trouble logging in, please contact Amy Aldrich.
Time and Place: The walking tour will meet at 4.00pm. Tuesday 10 May 2016 at Centre Port, 1 Hinemoa St. We will visit the swales at Centre Port, the rain gardens on Lower Cuba street, and the wetland at Waitangi Park. This will take a little over an hour and end with an informal networking opportunity.
Sponsorship: If you are interested in contributing to the event through sponsorship, contact Rising Tide chair Fiona Miles: Fiona.Myles@mfe.govt.nz
About us: The Rising Tide is a network of young water professionals. More information about our group and registrations of interest are available here.