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Coolidge Street restoration project

Year Started: 
2003
Contact Person: 
Elizabeth Kay
E-mail address: 
Group Members: 
10
Address: 
Coolidge Street, Brooklyn, Site is a 3 acre section at the top end of the Prince of Wales Park
Wellington
New Zealand

Coolidge Street restoration project.

Aim: To clear a former rubbish dump and replant with suitable native plants.

Vision To create an inner city sanctum of native forest that will sustain native bird life all year round.

Special feature: Stream with threatened native fish. 

Current activities: Maintaining and adding to plantings now in place.

Specialist Skills: Extensive knowledge and experience in plant restoration and environmental issues. Good depths of knowledge of local flora.

Current problems: Continual tree release, track building.

Affiliates: 
Wellington City Council, Volunteer Wellington

Group Data

1890

Plants in the ground

70

Possums killed

3000

square metres of weeds controlled

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