The Chelsea Regional Park Association (Inc.), or CHERPA, is a group of individual supporters, neighbours and regular users of Chelsea Estate Heritage Park. The society was first formed to preserve and develop the park as a Regional Park potential for future generations. The park sits on a unique and prominent location, with uninterrupted views across Waitemata harbour to the Auckland harbour bridge and city skyline.
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Each school have a leadership team of about 5-10 and then involvement is slightly different at each school whether its just classroom or the entire school involved.
Aim: Develop leadership in conservation, provide a students voice for conservation in the community and increase biodiversity around Taupo
Activities: Planting, weeding, animal pest control and leadership opportunities
Parties involved: Schools, kindergartens , Greening Taupo, DOC, Tuwharetoa Maori Trust Board
Work together to create a safe and healthy stream environment.
Activities: Weed control, planting, monitoring and education
Parties involved: Schools, local community and Waipa District Council
To have Reserve recognised as heritage status as an arboretum originally planted in 1870
Activities: Pest control and planting
Parties involved: Forest and Bird (Thames/Hauraki)
The project is using a Ministry for the Environment grant to support volunteers to improve biodiversity on the Kapiti Coast. Four main areas are covered in the initial work - Queen Elizabeth Park, the Paekakariki-Pukerua Bay escarpment, the Whareroa Farm Reserve and part of Perkins farm/Middle Run.
There are six streams of work. These are
Project Twin Streams is a large-scale environmental restoration project working to improve water quality in Waitakere streams by revegetating 56 kms of streambanks with native trees and shrubs, and purchasing properties within the flood plain for removal. This stabilises the banks from erosion, creates a cool, shaded environment for ecology to thrive and filters toxins entering the streams.
Through its unique approach, Project Twin Streams engages local residents in the project through partnering with local community organisations to deliver the planting program.
Fifty children between the ages of three to five attend our kindergarten. We are very involved with Enviroschools and hope to gain our Green-gold certification in June and will be the first Early Childhood centre in Hawkes Bay to do so.
Our vision is for a gully rich in native biodiversity and a healthy Mangakotukutuku Stream from the headwaters to the Waikato River.
Our goals are.......
- Diverse and abundant stream life
- Low weed and pest numbers
- Improved habitat diversity
- More trees alongside streams
- Stable stream banks
- Less sediment in streams
- Clearer water
- No rubbish in streams
- Sensitive upstream management
- Good access for migrating fish
- Care around vulnerable habitats
We are a group of local Mt Victorians who look after a patch of regenerating bush on the northern slope of Mt Victoria. We meet once a month for plant care, and during winter plant natives.
Last Sunday of every month at 10am meet at the map on Moeller meadow off Moeller-Palliser Road entrance to Mt Vic town belt. Let us know if you are coming
A highlight in the last year was getting some steps in the slippery slope by the gum tree and these have planted up well with our great wet summer of 2017. A much more user friendly place.
The Trust was established to facilitate the use of ecological restoration in rail, road and walking corridors, in order to achieve both transport and ecological objectives. Examples of the sorts of projects that we will be focused on are green walls to reduce tagging on structures; replacing weeds with easy-care natives to reduce weed control costs and provide amenity and habitat values; improving the appearance of areas to reduce litter and dumping; and using vegetation to reduce run-off into streams and the coast.