The combined efforts multiple community groups with the support of DOC and councils to rid Franklin of rats, possums, mustelids and wild cats.
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Eco Action eco-source native plant seed from Travis Wetland. Eco-sourcing means plants are adapted to their local environment and are more likely to grow well. Plants grown provide year-round food and habitat for native birds and other fauna like insects, lizards and invertebrates.
We are a community group with a focus on pest and weed control, stream and wetland restoration and revegetation of the forest in Te Aroha Valley and Hekerua Bay, Oneroa, Waiheke Island. We welcome assistance from volunteers and hold working bees on the third Sunday of every month.
The Pharazyn Reserve is a Kapiti Coast District Council project for the rehabilitation of an area stretching from the old sewerage ponds at the junction of Rutherford Drive and Paetawa Road, and across the roadway to the beach. The area has a great playground, a bird hide and walks beside the ponds, and to the beach.
We are a cluster of conservation volunteer groups in Auckland's inner west. Member groups focus on backyard trapping, site restoration through weeding and native planting, stream recovery and general biodiversity enhancement.
A group of people standing for local leadership in caring for Tangaroa, and in decisions on the use and protection of our marine environment.
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We're a community group formed in 2014 in response to the rapidly increasing presence of environmental weeds in our community. We live in an area of ecological significance and beauty and are working to keep it that way. Weeds know no boundaries, so we work with landowners, both private and governmental to maximise our impacts.
We are a group of volunteers getting together to care for and maintain the Wairaki Stream catchment area including Lynfield Reserve, Wairaki Stream Reserve and its tributaries. We are a friendly group who would like to preserve and enhance our fabulous stream and forest areas and encourage our community to get together and share this journey.
The Trust works in the far north-west of the South Island - on Puponga Farm Park and Farewell Spit.
Activities funded by the Trust are: