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Kaipupu Wildlife Sanctuary

Kaipupu Wildlife Sanctuary is a mainland island situated between Picton harbour and Shakespeare Bay in the Marlborough Sounds.  It is a community led project which aims to enrich the community through restoration and guardianship, where native flora and fauna will flourish in a predator free environment.  

Puketotara Landcare Group

Puketotara Landare Group is a community pest control area in the Bay of Islands between Kerikeri and Puketi Forest. We have an integrated pest management strategy for kiwi and native species protection, weed control, fencing waterways and vegetation replanting. We partner with Northland Regional Council, NZ Kiwi Foundation and Kiwis for Kiwi.

Taniko Walkway, Omaha Beach Committee

Community group focused on the long term restoration, protection and enhancement of the Auckland regions last remaining Kahikatea forest, located on the Omaha Sand spit. Our goal is to extend the forest to the public walkways, as well as create a 4km public access walkway through the forest. While our group has strong individual skills, it is a project that will require significant fundraising, and collective desire by the local community to complete the project.

Ngaio School NestEgg

To restore the school arboretum area to a rich forest environment featuring native tree giants open for natural play and learning for Ngaio children for generations to come. To create an area in the gully that has a high quality habitat for native species, a specialised learning zone for children and an inspiration for our community.

Waituna Group

The preservation and restoration of the natural environment in the Southern Waitakere Ranges and in particular the bush environment surrounding the Waituna catchment. In particular we have a remit to restore the Waituna park reserve, which was established as the result of our actions.

Omori Kuratau Pest Management Group

The Omori–Kuratau Pest Management group (OKPMG) is a registered charitable entity of 15 permanent resident volunteers in Omori and Kuratau who carry out a planned and regular programme of trapping and controlled poison activities to prevent the predation of local birdlife from stoats, feral cats, weasels, ferrets, rats, hedgehogs and possums).

Kaharoa Kokako Trust

The Kaharoa Kokako Trust is a community group dedicated to protecting the kokako that live in the Kaharoa Conservation Area, near Rotorua.

By reducing the number of possums and rats in the forest, the Trust has enabled kokako numbers to grow.

As a result of the Trust's voluntary activities, Kaharoa is now home to one of the largest and most significant kokako populations in New Zealand.

 

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