Seed collecting in Otari wiltons bush
Seed collecting

Work in progress!

i 4th June, 2023

After maintaining this website for several years, there was a period where we did not update it with new information or complete certain sections. However, we are now back at it again. We have initiated the process of updating all our information, including expanding our weed list with additional species. We are also diligently editing and proofreading the content to enhance clarity and comprehension about the work we do. If you have any thoughts, ideas, or suggestions for content you…

2023 update

i 27th May, 2023

Kia Ora, It's been quite some time since we last updated our website. In fact, it's been almost four years to the date. A lot has happened during this time in terms of the work we have accomplished. We are proud to share that the number of trees and other significant plants we have planted now totals close to 25,000. While the pandemic did affect our activities to some extent, we managed to continue with tasks such as weeding, seed…

Jane Goodall planting a kohekohe
Dr. Jane Goodall planting a kohekohe Credit

Dr. Jane Goodall visiting Te Motu Kairangi-Miramar ecological restoration

i 25th May, 2019

We had the honour and privilege to have Dr. Jane Goodall visiting Te Motu Kairangi-Miramar ecological restoration. Her lifelong work with restoration and conservation is a huge inspiration to us, and we were lucky enough to show her some of the work we have done here over the last 9 years. Together with some of our amazing and hard working volunteers, students from Worser bay school and from Janes own Roots and Shoots program, we walked part of the track,…