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Various location in the Town Belt, Oct 7th and 3 other dates
Do you want to help create a habitat for our native lizards, insects, and birds such as tui and kaka? Come lend a hand with 'releasing' weeds on Mount Victoria. Volunteering is a great way to get to know Wellington's natural places and to meet new people. Tools, training, and transport provided.
Paremoremo, October 8th
Nestled along the upper reaches of the Waitemata Harbour in Paremoremo lies Sanders Reserve. It’s a fantastic 16.5ha multi-use recreation area with great views of the Harbour.
A local community group, Sustainable Paremoremo have been working hard on the restoration of this area over the past few years by planting over 20,000 native trees. CVNZ have partnered with this small volunteer group with the aim of helping maintain the area.
We'd love to have your help. Come and enjoy the amazing views while helping to plant thousands of native trees.
Bookings are essential.
phone 0800 56 76 86 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wellington, Oct 10th and 1 other date
Enjoy a day at the beach and join us for some conservation mahi as we need help removing weed species throughout sites that are identified as Key Native Ecosystems (KNE) on Wellington's south coast, which provides important habitat for little blue penguins/korora and native lizards. This is one of our most popular projects- book a spot before they fill up! Tools, training and transport provided!
Wellington, Oct 11th and 3 other dates
Are you passionate about the environment and love the outdoors? Well we have the perfect project for you. Many volunteers from local communities have planted thousands of native trees in the Wellington Outer Green Belt to create habitat for our native lizard, insect and bird populations that are recovering thanks to Zealandia and predator free efforts. Tools, training, gloves and transport provided.
Various locations, Oct 13th and 2 other dates
Come along and lend a hand as we need YOUR help looking after previously planted sites across Porirua Region. Get amoungst your local communities, engage with new people and learn new skills. Tools, training, and free transport provided!
Plimmerton, October 20th
Taupo swamp is an ecologically important site protected by the QEII National Trust. It is home to 19 species of bird, a diverse range of plants, native fish such as the longfin eel and kokopu - a treasure for native wildlife right on our doorstep. We have partnered with the Friends of Taupo Swamp & Catchment and Porirua City Council to restore and protect this unique habitat. Tools, training and transport provided!
Owhiro Bay, November 4th
The team at Conservation Volunteers NZ is very excited to continue our work in the Owhiro Stream catchment. This year our hardworking volunteers, community groups and partners have planted nearly 7,000 native plants in Owhiro Bay. Our next focus for the rest of the year will be visiting the planting sites to care and maintain the growing rakau. Tools, training and transport provided.
Brookby, November 5th
The Papakura catchment has seen a lot of change over the years with land clearance and loss of stream bank habitat. This project area is part of a large catchment and it will take a lot of community effort working together to restore the streams that flow to the Manukau Harbour.
This is the start of a big, exciting, potential series of projects that will enhance the health of the catchment. The plants will help to stabilise banks, prevent erosion, reduce sediment entering the water as well as providing habitat for birds, lizards and insects.
This is within the Forest and Bird’s South East Wild Link project area and these native plants and trees will provide potential important habitat for Kaka, Bellbirds, Kereru and Tui as well as New Zealand’s only native mammal, the long tailed bat.
We are restoring a section of the Papakura Stream with native plants and trees. We will be working with the local community and will also have groups of volunteers helping with the site preparation, planting and maintenance of the site. The plants will be eco sourced and provided by Te Whangai Trust.
We need your help, join us for a fun day!!
Pauatahanui, November 6th
We're seeking volunteers to help with the annual cockle count in the Pauatahanui Inlet on Sunday 6th November! Cockles form a large part of the Inlet marine fauna and keep beaches clean by filtering out organic materials from the sand. No experiance needed and free transport to and from the project is provided!
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