3 Jul 2019

Voluntary Native Bush Restoration Volunteers

Kaipātiki Project –  Auckland

Job Description

Come spend some time with us and share in nature’s revival.

Every month, our focuses differ each month so there’s the opportunity to learn new things at each restoration day.

This month: July – As part of observing Matariki, we are inviting our local community to bring their Matariki stories and be a part of our restoration day on Glenfield Road. An element of our restoration work is to help in-fill plants, threading through the multi-aged canopy, ranging from 5 -40 years. We are also protecting the edge effect of the ridgeline where kererū come to roost.

Why? Eskdale Reserve network is Auckland City’s biggest urban bush and we want to see our manu (birds) thrive. Many of the manu feature in our indigenous pūrākau (ancient stories) and are important for our future generations. If you know a story or two about our manu or stars, we’d love to see you there!

Things to bring

Suitable closed-toed footwear – gumboots or boots
Clothing appropriate for the weather
Reusable water bottle
Sun protection

How to Apply

To register – please visit our website www.kaipatiki.org.nz/volunteer and register at the event you wish to attend.

Please ensure that you register to ensure we bring enough kai for you!

Job Categories: Ecology. Job Types: Voluntary. Salaries: Voluntary.

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