Predator Free BOP

PREDATOR FREE BOP Predator Free BOP was a community led, backyard trapping initiative that aimed to bring native birds back to suburbs and help make New Zealand predator free by 2050. The biggest threat to native birds are rats who have taken over native bush and...

Rotomanuka Lakes Project

ROTOMANUKA LAKES PROJECT The Rotomanuka Lakes are peat lakes situated in the Waipā Region of the Waikato. They are linked hydrologically to the Rotopiko Lakes complex and drain into the Waikato River via Mystery Creek, meaning that the water quality in these lakes has...

Aorere River Project – Riverprize Winner

AORERE RIVER PROJECT - RIVERPRIZE WINNER Aorere Catchment Project; a community approach to improving catchment wellbeing The Aorere River Catchment lies within the Tasman District of New Zealand’s South Island and is home to over 13,000 cows and 35 dairy farms. The...

Opihi Water Project

OPIHI WATER PROJECT Update – April 2016 The Trust worked with eight community catchment groups to create specific information sheets that capture the aims, challenges and actions associated with each catchment area. While common themes can be found, the case...

Citizen Science Project

CITIZEN SCIENCE PROJECT Citizen Science Meets Environmental Restoration: Measuring success through monitoring. The Citizen Science Project was a three-year project funded with support from MfE’s Community Environment Fund, World Wildlife Fund and Gawith Deans...