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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WAI Wānaka's projects are connecting the many individuals, community groups, iwi, landowners and businesses undertaking positive work towards enhancing water quality, ecosystem function and reversing biodiversity loss within the Upper Clutha.
A group of people committed to protecting and restoring O'Connor's Bush, a portion of uncut lowland forest and a protected Historic Reserve in Greytown. We hold a monthly working bee, and carry out weed/pest control and planting. Greytown was the first place in New Zealand to celebrate Arbor Day in 1890, so this area is very important to protect and share sustainably.
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.
Helping schools and community groups establish pest free working groups in their area - Howick Local Board funded project for Howick Ward residents.
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.
The Smiths Bush & Akoranga Reserve Restoration Group is working to protect the Northcote part of Smiths Bush and to restore Akoranga Reserve in Northcote.
A separate group looks after the section of Smiths Bush in Takapuna.
Drinkable Rivers is the moonshot vision of Christchurch entrepreneur and passionate environmental advocate, Michael Mayell. The aspiration is to bring together individuals and groups who are already doing great work on New Zealand's waterways to create a movement which will restore our rivers to their natural balance and beauty.
A group of neighbours from Ngapuhi Road, Remuera that are working to control and then eliminate rats and possum from the Ngapuhi Road stream and surrounding areas.