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.
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We are a grassroots, experienced ecological conservation team dedicated and passionate about: - RESTORING native flora and fauna on Te Ahumairangi Hill. - PROTECTING and celebrating the ecological and cultural significance of Te Ahumairangi Hill.
Private charitable trust located in Gisborne to restore 120Ha of retired farmland and remnant alluvial bush for the protection of endangered native animals and plants
Community hub bringing our community together to care for one another in our community.
STEPS’ major objective is to protect and enhance Waitītiko Meola Creek, Roy Clements Treeway, local reserves, and the underlying aquifer. Our main activities include restoration planting, weeding, water quality monitoring and water quality advocacy. If you would like to join or support STEPS please contact us.
Mt Chocolate is located in Clifton, Invercargill, New Zealand. It is the home of Tracy and Mike Peters.
A family home and the Redworks art studio is being built on the site to be surrounded by native bush and wetland.
A group of volunteers undertaking predator control in public conservation land near Reefton. The catchment consists of red and hard beech, kamahi and rimu forest common on the lower slopes, and mountain beech, southern rata, kamahi and rimu forest common on the rounded hill tops.
Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre is a 942-hectare forest and captive breeding site for endangered, native wildlife. We managed between the Pūkaha Mount Bruce Board, Rangitāne o Wairarapa and the Department of Conservation, and we share a common vision to restore New Zealand's legendary dawn chorus.
Our group is working towards making Waima to Laingholm pest free. Our initial efforts have been focused on possum control, with the intention to use this as a base to expand to control of other pests. The control area encompasses approximately 800 Hectares, with a 50/50 split between Public and Private land owners.