Get involved with conservation groups who are working with the Department of Conservation (DOC) to protect New Zealand's natural and cultural heritage. You can also volunteer for a DOC project.
A Rocha is an international conservation group. Members of the local branch grow plants for local community conservation projects.
Castlecliff Coast Care group are, through education and demonstration, enhancing the community’s recognition of the value of coastal dunes and their ecological fragility.
Find out more about Friends of Gordon Park and how you can become actively involved in the conservation of this scenic reserve.
Green Corridors is a voluntary group which works in cooperation with Palmerston North City Council to plan and oversee the planting of reserve areas in order to encourage native biodiversity.
A community group working to restore the Kahuterawa Bush Remnant in Linton.
The Manawatu Gorge Scenic Reserve is a remnant of the forest that once stretched from the Ruahine Ranges deep into Wairarapa.
This community project aims to increase blue duck populations in the Oroua catchment.
Te Potae o Awarua is a joint initiative by the Aorangi Awarua Trust and Department of Conservation.
Naturespace - ecological restoration groups in your area