We are a group of Makara locals who work to improve the environmental health of Makara Beach, Makara Estuary, Makara Stream and Ohariu Stream. Our core activities are riparian planting, fencing of waterways, trapping of pests, holding planting work parties and hosting an annual community field day. We are always keen for more volunteers so please get in touch if you are interested!
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Launched in 2015, Cape to City's vision is to transform the landscapes of our region so that 'Native species thrive where we live, work and play'.
Cape to City is located in Te Matau a Māui/Hawke’s Bay on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island. We're one of the first projects in the country to scale up biodiversity restoration and predator control.
The area comprises pastoral land, exotic forestry, shrubland, indigenous forest remnants, and streams and adjacent wetlands. Several threatened species are in the area including, North Island Brown Kiwi, Kereru (New Zealand Pigeon) and Kauri Snail. The location is of great historical significance having been the centre of significant events in Maori and Early European history. The aims of th
Commercial Jet Boat operator, Matukituki River, MANP. Trap lines in West Wanaka and Bent Burn area over the years, these have now been taken over by others. General eyes and ears in the Matukituki Valley.
“Working towards the ecological restoration of Golden Bay”
Establishment of protected area for native birds
Activities: Planting and pest control
Parties involved: Local landowners and residents
The Motuora Restoration Society (Inc) is an entirely voluntary group set up to undertake the restoration of the forest and to assist with reestablishing native birds and insects on this island in the Hauraki Gulf.
Whakaupoko Landcare is about enhancing the natural environment on primarily privately owned land in our area.
This is primarily with pest control and revegetation initiatives. Also we have more recently become involved in walkway initiatives
NZ GIS In Conservation (GiC) is a registered charitable organisation set up to foster and support the use of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) by volunteer conservation groups throughout New Zealand.
The purposes of GiC are to:
A place / catchment based community led initiative that embraces kaitiakitanga practices, responsibilities and behaviours , embracing not just environmental restoration, but also the communication, community, leadership, social, economic and cultural and learning restoration required to grow a rich future.