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Mangaiti Gully Restoration Trust Group

Year Started: 
2010
Contact Person: 
Rex Bushell
E-mail address: 
Group Members: 
104
Address: 
The northern boundary is accessible from the end of Sexton Road
the southern boundary is accessible from the walk bridge between 59 St James Dr & 1 Grenache Pl
New Zealand
Ecosystem: 
The area we are working on restoring at the moment is 2 hectares. As well as planting and weed eradication we are actively eradicating rats (poisoning) and possums (trapping).
We grow a lot of our own native plants.
Our Vision:
1.The Trust is a voluntary organisation whose purpose is to restore, then maintain the native flora of the gully back to, as near as possible, pre European status and to manage the gully in such a way that native fauna will re establish, either naturally or by introduction and for this to be sustainable.
2. To co-operate with other persons and organisations sharing aims and objectives similar to the objectives of our trust.
 
Location:
Our Gully is located in Rototuna, Hamilton City. The northern boundary is accessible from the end of Sexton Road and the southern boundary is accessible from the walk bridge between 59 St James Drive and 1 Grenache Place

 

Affiliates: 
Hamilton City Council, Waikato regional Council, Landcare Trust, Waikato Biodiversity Forum

Group Data

2530

Plants in the ground

22

Possums killed

1

Threatened species planted

10000

square metres of weeds controlled

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