The Kotukutuku Ecological Restoration Project manages the ecological restoration of 17 ha Kohekohe lowland forest area at 331 Valley Road, Paraparaumu.
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Restore forest in park and provide venue of environmental education.
Parties involved: Enviroschools, DOC, Ngati Hikairo, Schools, Junior Naturalists.
Enhance the ecology of the reserve for biodiversity protection and public enjoyment.
Parties involved: Forest and Bird, local landowners, tangata whenua, original landowners, Rotary, South Waikato District Council staff, Putaruru walking group and Waotu School.
Pest control in the Greater Waotu District to prevent spread of TB from cattle and encourage indigenous birds into the area.
Parties involved: Waikato Regional Council and Local farmers
Maintain and enhance Seeleys Gully.
Parties involved: Volunteers, local residents and Hamilton City Council
Control of predators to allow improved outcomes for flora & fauna
To promote the biodiversity of the Mangaokewa Reserve.
Activities: Weed and animal pest control
Parties involved: Project Manu members and volunteers
The primary objective of Project Kiwi Trust (PKT) is to enhance and protect the kiwi population and continue to restore the ecosystem on the Kuaotunu Peninsula or in such other areas in New Zealand, as the trustees may think fit.
Activities: Kiwi monitoring, operation nest egg, pest and predator management, advocacy, education
Parties involved: Landowners, local business people, conservationists, corporate sponsors.
Enhance native bush and lobby forestry companies for cleaner streams.
Activities: Pest control
Parties involved: Local residents, Waikato Regional Council and Department of Conservation
Ecological Restoration of Karioi Mountain
Activities: Weed control, pest control, planting and seed collection for nursery
Parties involved: DOC, landowners, local hapu, volunteers and Whaiangaroa Environment Centre