We can’t do it alone. We need your help! Any money you donate will go directly to supporting Taranaki projects restoring and protecting biodiversity. You get to choose where it goes to. And if you can’t help out with cash, you can help in other ways.
The natural world is our legacy. Every day, action is underway to restore, enhance and protect our unique biodiversity in Taranaki. Be part of making biodiversity thrive in the region.
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We can’t do it alone. We need your help. Any money you donate will go directly to supporting Taranaki projects restoring and protecting biodiversity. You get to choose where it goes to. And if you can’t help out with cash, you can help in other ways. We’d love your help.
Wild for Taranaki has more than 45 member groups belonging to it. Our members are a hugely diverse bunch, from small grass-roots restoration groups to larger, more formal organisations. Check out our membership list and consider joining to become part of a large network with regular news and access to events and workshops.
We’ve created this map to highlight what’s going on, and where, with our member groups. Most are based within Taranaki working on environmental projects such as replanting, trapping and reintroducing species or supporting biodiversity efforts as part of what they do. Some are national or research-focused organisations, connecting with us on shared areas of interest.
Here, we showcase stories on conservation projects, biodiversity champions and interesting things happening in the sector. If you have a cool story to share get in touch with us on [email protected]