The pohutukawa - known for its strength and resilience
Here we are at the end of the year already! And as we prepare for a summer break, we want to send an enormous thank you to the big, vibrant community caring for nature in this special corner of the world.
Whether you gave your time or helped to fund projects, every contribution is precious. Whether you helped out at a planting day, checked a trap line, got out weed busting, propagated plants, came to a workshop, sat on a governance group or committee, lent your professional skills, or helped fund the work – we see you, we recognise your contribution, and we’re blown away by what a community of passionate individuals can achieve.
If you’d like to read a bit more about our year, check out our latest annual report HERE
In this newsletter we celebrate a new partnership with Predator Free NZ Trust, get inspired by Māpua School kids restoring their surrounds, hear an update from the Pest Free Onetahua project, and learn about a great collaboration between Kina Bird Song and the Tasman Bay Penguin Trust.
Have a wonderful summer exploring our beautiful big backyard – Te Tauihu
Ngā mihi nui,
Children from Ngatimoti School trapping for Farmers for Whio