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1. Atiu Creek - AUCKLAND

This is an on-going restoration project on retired farmland-now an Auckland Regional Park; CVNZ have been planting on the site for the past 7 years, with plants grown in the on-site nursery.

See the Atiu Creek picture gallery>>

25,000 stems

2. Waitawa - SOUTH AUCKLAND

The first completed Rotary Forests of Peace, Remembrance and Community planting -9000 trees over 1ha. 

9,000 stems

3. Sanders Reserve - AUCKLAND

Sanders Reserve has a rich cultural background of Māori and European history.The proposed area will be a continuation of recent plantings as well as a buffer for more mature plantings .

See a Planting Day picture gallery>>

10,000 stems

4. Waiheke Resources Trust - WAIHEKE

The project will be working to restore ecologically significant wetland habitats on Waiheke, recognising the importance of protecting our natural taonga, in alignment with the Waiheke Area Plan.The Waiheke Resources Trust will be planting 14,685 plants across a number of sites.

14,685 stems

5. Whareroa Park - KAPITI COAST

Whareroa Guardians Trust are planting 75,000 stems over some 30Ha; Groundtruth are coordinating the planting, the largest under the Rotary Trust programme.

75,000 stems

6. Taupõ Swamp - PLIMMERTON

This project is a collaboration between Porirua City Council and the Rotary Club of Plimmerton Rotary; last year some 4,100 trees were planted and this year will see another 5,200

4,100 stems

7. Mitchell Stream - PORIRUA

A Porirua City Council project, restoring native biodiversity along Mitchell Stream, a heavily degraded waterway.

15,516 stems

8. TAK / Heathcote - CHRISTCHURCH

A newly established 'heritage' project for Te Ara Kakariki/Canterbury Greenways Trust, located beside Neils Road and The Little River Trail.

6,000 stems

9. Warrington - DUNEDIN

A private site; will have covenant and allow for public access.

7,000 stems

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

The Rotary Trees Trust acknowledges the co-funding of this project by Te Uru Rākau – Forestry New Zealand.

    

 

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