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Kauri Point Centennial Park & Chatswood Reserve Management Committee

VOLUNTEERS CARING FOR YOUR PARK IN PARTNERSHIP WITH AUCKLAND COUNCIL
 
If visiting CHATSWOOD RESERVE please follow all KAURI DIEBACK prevention measures. 'CLEAN ALL SOIL OR MUD OFF SHOES/BOOTS  AT HOME' and use cleaning stations on site when entering & exiting the reserve, please stay on the tracks, avoid walking on kauri roots and keep dogs on leash.
 

National Wetland Trust

The National Wetland Trust is a non-profit organisation established to increase the appreciation of wetlands and their values by all New Zealanders. We aim to build a wetland interpretation centre near Hamilton Airport for people to learn more about wetlands and experience their special qualities. We also organise regular wetland restoration symposia and are developing wetland trails and regional directories of wetlands to visit.

 

Rotokare Scenic Reserve Trust

Our mission statements are that, we will achieve the highest level of restoration, protection and enhancement of the indigenous ecosystem at Rotokare Scenic Reserve.

We will actively involve the community and provide the best opportunities for education, recreation, inspiration, and environmental sustainability.

Shakespear Open Sanctuary Society

The Shakespear Open Sanctuary Society Incorporated ("SOSSI") is an incorporated society established in 2004 for the purpose of assisting the Regional Council (now Auckland Council) with the establishment and development of a sanctuary at Shakespear Regional Park. We work under a memorandum of agreement with the Auckland Council and work closely with Council staff on both an operational and a planning level.

Supporters of Tiritiri Matangi Inc

Tiritiri Matangi Island (commonly referred to as "Tiri") is a wildlife sanctuary, and one of New Zealand's most important and exciting conservation projects. It is located 30km north east of central Auckland and just 4km from the end of the Whangaparaoa Peninsula. 120 years of farming had seen this 220-hectare island stripped of 94% of its native bush but between 1984 and 1994, volunteers planted between 250,000 and 300,000 trees. The island is now 60% forested with the remaining 40% left as grassland for species preferring open habitat.

Community Action Wellington Meetup Group

This is a group based on the Meetup social networking website. We help out existing community groups in the greater wellington region with activities such as tree planting, beach cleaning and track cutting.

We post events on our website and our members can sign up, chat about the event and post photos afterwards.

The theme of the group is sociable volunteering. As well as volunteering, events usually also include having some food, drink and plenty of time for mingling with each other and members of the groups that we are meeting up with.

Friends of Ernle Clark Reserve

A Christcurch City Council reserve on the true right bank of the Opawaho Heathcote River that is supported by neighbors and others interested in maintaining 1990 and 2000 schools plantings, expanding the extent and diversity of the indigenous plants, admire the oak and ash woodland and work to raise the profile of the wetland turf, the original 80 to 40year old native trees planted by former landowners.

 

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