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Nearly over: The Living Legends project is nearly complete. Organiser Linda
Jackson with rugby legend Kevin Laidlaw and Maya, 2, and Dylan, 3, Wilson and
Photo: LOUISE BERWICK 628273649
to take part
World cup planting ends
By LOUISE BERWICK
What: Living Legends family
When: August 24, 9am till 12pm
Where: 7 Bryson Rd, Bushy Point
Bring: Warm clothes, boots and a
The Rugby World Cup may have
been and gone but a programme
which ran in conjunction with it
is set to live on.
Thousands of trees, hundreds of
people and days of hard work is all
coming to an end this month.
The Living Legend scheme, estab-
lished as part of the 2011 Rugby
World Cup, has been two years of
hard work for the Otatara
But at the end of the month all that
work is set to pay off.
The conservation programme was
set up to leave a world cup legacy
by planting trees nationwide.
The group is holding its final
family planting day at Bushy
Point on Saturday, August 24,
marking the end of the pro-
gramme and 170,000 trees planted
around the country.
But their work will not stop there,
they are going to continue to try
and restore the land to its natural
Group committee member Cathy
Macfie said the community had
been so lucky to be a part of the
programme because what would
have taken them almost 10 years
to do, only took two instead.
Bushy Point has since benefited
from 7850 trees with 3500 more to
be planted in a fortnight.
Group members organise the
days, prepare the sausage sizzle
and even place the trees where
they need to go along the track.
It is hard work but they are
passionate about what they are
Previous tree planting days have
attracted hundreds of people but
the group is hoping for an even
bigger turn out as it will be the
last chance for the community to
be a part of restoring the area as
part of the programme, Ms Macfie
Ray and Linda Jackson were
given the task of growing all the
trees in their nursery and while
it's taken years, it was a great
thing to be a part of, they both
Southland rugby legend Kevin
Laidlaw echoed their sentiment,
having only become involved as
part of the scheme, it was a project
he was proud to be a part of.
The area was set to become a great
resource for families and visitors,
But the best thing about the
programme was the input and
help from the community, and Mr
Laidlaw will be among the
hundreds of people who will be
putting their boots on and getting
their hands dirty for the cause at
the end of the month.
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