Taking care of sand dunes is a great
community activity and a job that won't get done without the people
who live near and love the beaches helping out. It should be done
with a maximum of enjoyment - complete with picnics and music.
Beach Care groups can get involved with lots of interesting activities
to learn more about how beaches and sand dunes work. And they
can make a real difference in the future of New Zealand beaches.
The primary role of Dune Care groups is to work together with
their local council and other members of the community to:
Dune care groups should keep in mind that any construction or
planting activities will require local and regional council approval;
another good reason to involve a wide range of community interests
when getting organised.