Image: The Waimeha Lagoon Care Group.
As the population grows, human environments overlap or replace other ecosystems. Apart from joining a restoration group, there are plenty of things we can do to support biodiversity at home. The greater the diversity of an ecosystem, the better it can cope with impacts like climate change and pest invasions.
Here are some ways you can help look after New Zealand's native plant life in and around your patch!Take care of weeds Our backyards can be a rich source of weeds and seeds into...
There are lots of fun ways to encourage and protect native wildlife around your place.Image: Kereru in flight. Courtesy of Nga Manu Images. There are lots of fun ways to encourage...
If you’d like to get involved, volunteers are always welcome at local restoration groups. Activities include tree planting, track building, weeding, pest trapping, bird monitoring,...
- Greater Wellington Regional Council website - Biodiversitylaunch
- 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