The Forest Lifeforce Restoration Trust is a registered, charitable Trust established to help restore threatened species of native New Zealand fauna and flora, and to rejuvenate the ngahere mauri (forest lifeforce) in several North Island native forests.
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An artificial Lake and Wetlands project on the North Eastern outskirts of Masterton.
Wildlife habitat with easy access and well formed tracks for walkers and cyclists.
Wharemauku Stream rises in hills inland from Paraparaumu. The main stream flows through Paraparaumu Town Centre, then winds its way through Raumati to exit near the Raumati Beach shops. The aim of FOWS is to foster improved water quality and stream environment, in a stream which is a significant feature of an urban environment.
Queen Elizabeth Park (638ha) is a public regional park for which the Friends of QEP have a very clear vision: "Our vision is Queen Elizabeth Park as a sand country landscape with natural, historic and cultural features that all can enjoy".
Whitireia Park Restoration Group is working to restore the naturally occurring flora and is planting species to assist native fauna such as native lizard, bird and fish species. We have a core of 15 people and a large support group who turn up for plantings.
Our vision is “An aquatic pathway from the Trentham Hills to the Hutt River, alive with native fish and birdlife, and providing a living record of the vegetation sequence that once existed. A place that enhances people's living environment and where people learn how natural ecosystems function through working on a project in their backyard.”
Remutaka Conservation Trust (previously known as The Rimutaka Forest Park Charitable Trust Inc) is a non-profit organisation committed to protecting and restoring the unique flora and fauna of the Remutaka Forest Park located east of Wainuiomata, near Wellington, New Zealand. Established in 1988, we are now in our 31st year of operation.