We're looking for volunteers to join our regular working bees involving propagating native plants for local backyards as part of the Backyard Ecosanctuaries project and/or working towards habitat restoration in Chingford Park.
Save the Otago Peninsula (STOP) have working bees every week and we need your help to enhance conditions for the native fish in the creeks and add to the Future Forests so our peninsula has the best chance for the future.
Located on Quarantine Island/Kamau Taurua in the heart of Otago Harbour, we're looking for an educator with a passion for the work we do on the island.
Volunteers are required during weekday and weekend evenings to encourage visitors to view the wildlife.
Require Wildlife Attendees to encourage visitors to view wildlife (penguins, seals) from the hide and track.
Volunteers are the heart of the Mokihi Trust group and welcome anyone interested in native habitat restoration. Help them re-build native habitats one plant at a time, get your hands dirty and enjoy being out in the fresh air.
Strong, practical volunteers with an interest in the environment are required to help with working bees to control wilding conifers in the Central Otago district.
Join the Lindis Pass Conservation Group and assist with weed control, experimental re-vegetation research involving DOC-permitted seed collection, contract propagation via local community nurseries and subsequent planting.
Help re-build native habitats one plant at a time, get your hands dirty and enjoy being out in the fresh air with Te Kākano!
Join trust members and assist in maintaining important historic sites in our area by undertaking tasks such as weed control and building maintenance.