Conservation Volunteer Roles:
Help us build healthy waterways at a community clean-up day at Wairau Estuary.
Conservation Volunteers New Zealand in partnership with Auckland Council are currently running a predator control programme throughout over 30 Auckland parks. On Saturday 11th February we will be hosting two training sessions for new volunteer trappers!
Join us for a day of volunteering and give our newly planted native trees along the Papakura Stream a helping hand by releasing them from strangling weeds.
Come and join our friendly Tuesday team for a fun day of conservation volunteering! We would love for you to join us! Every second Tuesday we will head to a different urban park throughout Auckland to undertake a variety of conservation tasks.
Join us to learn about regenerative gardening, while helping to make Hope Community Garden in New Lynn a flourishing community space.
You will be planting native trees on this beautiful island to help restore it back to its original forest cover.
Restoration of the forest on this beautiful little island near Auckland
Waiheke-based and remote internship opportunities with sustainability-focused Charitable Trust. WRT cares deeply about the environment and we want others to jump on board with us - you can help!
Nursery work includes pricking out seedlings from seed trays into tubes and into planter bags, moving plants around the nursery as they transition from newly pricked out seedlings to mature ready-to-plant saplings.
Controlling plant pests or weed is a very important part of the conservation project on Motutapu. We control a number of weeds but the main target is moth plant, an insidious vine that slowly strangles the native trees it attacks.