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To expand native vegetation in the Town Belt on Mt Victoria and to improve its biodiversity.
To re-introduce species natural to the podocarp/broadleaf forest of the wellington peninsular.
Situated in Golden Bay, New Zealand, Project Rameka is a carbon sink focusing on forest restoration, biodiversity and non-motorised recreation. It is also a local response to global climate change.
The landowners share a vision extending beyond 50 years to restore the coastal communities of land and sea birds, reptiles and invertebrates that would once have existed on the Cape Kidnappers peninsula. The project aims to achieve nationally significant species conservation gains within a highly modified farming and multi-use landscape including forestry, tourism and recreation.
We have a working bee from 10.00-12.00 on the last Sunday of every month except December.
We usually meet at The Jetty which is 250m upstream from the park entrance at bottom of Brooklyn Road. Just come along - all very welcome.
The group was initially started to remove and control weeds in Central Park but has now evolved into a group of people interested in a range of activities:
The Forest Lifeforce Restoration Trust is a registered, charitable Trust established to help restore threatened species of native New Zealand fauna and flora, and to rejuvenate the ngahere mauri (forest lifeforce) in several North Island native forests.