News & Events
June 27, 2019
This month we held our annual Kaipātiki Environmental Schools Training Program for 15 school teachers and 4 property managers.
We were delighted to have guest speakers Sam Tu'itahi from the Kaipātiki Project talk about sustainability, Amber de Boer from Auckland Council...
Last month the Kaipatiki Restoration Network (KRN) hosted Lisa Tolich, the Biosecurity Manager - Kauri Dieback from the Auckland Council, presented on the Draft National Management Plan and an update on Auckland’s Kauri Dieback initiatives.
These documents are now avail...
A big thank you to all groups who have been continuing their predator control to date.
By now you will likely have heard about the nations MEGA mast and our Auckland suburbs are no exception. This year has had an incredible amount of native seed and food produced, which...
Last month the Island Bay Progressive League made a special tribute to the life of local resident and volunteer Bob Doran.
Bob was born on the 5th of November 1944 (Guy Fawkes Day) in Lower Hutt. He was the youngest of 5 children. The family moved to Richmond, Nelson wh...
Help eradicate Moth Plant in Kaipatiki!
February 11, 2017
Important restoration mahi (work) around Waipa street.
July 1, 2020
Fresh air, exercise and wonderful people - Volunteer opportunities this July/August.
June 28, 2020
Feathery Visitors - Spotted in May and June
Auckland Council Emergency Budget for 2020-2021.
June 15, 2020
“It feels good to be doing something positive and for the greater good”.
May 28, 2020
Kauri Dieback Certification Training - June 2020
Cabin fever getting you? Here are a few suggestions:
April 29, 2020