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.
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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.
Project Tongariro's mission is; Inspiring New Zealanders and international visitors to connect physically, emotionally and spiritually with Tongariro National Park and its surrounds. We aim to harness and connect like-minded people, work together to improve our place, create opportunities for others and share our knowledge and experience in conservation.
We're a community group formed in 2014 in response to the rapidly increasing presence of environmental weeds in our community. We live in an area of ecological significance and beauty and are working to keep it that way. Weeds know no boundaries, so we work with landowners, both private and governmental to maximise our impacts.
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.
We are a group of local residents who are looking to improve the health of our community stream, which runs through Cashmere park.
Based in Wanaka, we are a group that helps community teams to trap predators in the Upper Clutha urban and peri-urban areas, whether on public or private land. We also seek to educate and raise the profile of New Zealand's unique wildlife, amongst our locals and visitors to the area.
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.
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.
It is our mission to reduce flora and fauna pests; to improve environments for native bird, lizard, insect and aquatic life; to create and sustain a safe, beautiful, fun space for local people to enjoy.