Get Involved

Photo: Anna White

Never too young to start!As can be seen from all our projects, we have a great deal happening.

Of course the practical work doesn’t happen without planning, co-ordination, management, fundraising, communications, oversight, reporting, accounting, meetings, administration… etc!

We are always looking for people who care about our environment to lend a hand, even if it’s only temporary. Please do contact us if you can donate a few hours of your time to our work. Everyone has skills to offer.

As one of our volunteers in the nursery said recently: “Yes we work, but more importantly we have fun”. Indeed, that’s an important part of volunteering - the social side of being part of a community group, being part of a team working towards achieving a common goal.

Working on landcare projects gives a feeling of wellbeing, knowing you are contributing to something our children can’t thrive without: A healthy environment.

Our land, our future.

Planting the dunes with spinifex at Hamilton's Gap / Waimatuku