East Coast conservation groups
IntroductionGet involved with conservation groups working with DOC on the East Coast.
Listed below are some volunteer based groups that you can get involved with. You'll learn new skills, meet like-minded people, contribute to conservation, and increase your connection to your local community and natural spaces.
For more conservation volunteer opportunities on the East Coast:
- volunteer for a DOC project
- find non-DOC volunteer opportunities
- join Conservation groups in Gisborne on Facebook or email email@example.com to sign up to their volunteer list.
Women's Native Tree Project Trust
Aim: Planting native trees at Titirangi (Kaiti Hill), Lovers Lane (Esplanade), Wainui schools and Makorori.
Contact: Tairawhiti Environment Centre, phone +64 6 867 4708.
Forest & Bird – Gray's Bush
Aim: Pest control at Gray's Bush Scenic Reseve to improve the health of a small but significant piece of native forest. Volunteers service 20 pest kill traps and 20 insect survey pit fall traps.
Contact: Grant Vincent, firstname.lastname@example.org or +64 6 868 8236