Environmental Restoration Online Resources
The following online resources are available to help with environmental restoration projects.
The Kāpiti District Endemic Floral Species List contains all the known historical and contemporaneously documented floral species observed in any part of the area known as the Kāpiti District.
The National Wetland Trust is a non-profit organisation established to increase the appreciation of wetlands and their values.
NZ Landcare Trust works with farmers, landowners and community groups to improve the sustainability of our landscapes and waterways.
Benefits of Biodiversity for Farmers showcases work by farmers around New Zealand, demonstrating how biodiversity and profitability can work together on a modern farm.
- Landcare: A Practical Guide provides information to support the long term sustainability of a farm.
Landcare Research online resources
'A Guide to the Freshwater Invertebrates of New Zealand' is designed to assist community groups monitoring freshwater invertebrates in New Zealand.
Our Environment is an interactive map viewer for New Zealand environmental information, drawing together some of the nationally significant biological and land resource collections and databases held by Landcare Research. Also enables you to print high-quality maps.
The Green Toolbox is a free Windows-based software package to help users choose and evaluate plants for a variety of land management applications.
- Greater Wellington Regional Council websitelaunch
- Landcare Research websitelaunch
- Nature Space - ecological restoration in Aotearoa websitelaunch
- New Zealand Plant Conservation Network websitelaunch
- Project Crimson websitelaunch
- Queen Elizabeth II National Trust websitelaunch
- Weedbusters New Zealand websitelaunch