Have you seen Fight for the Wild? It is a four-part video series that takes viewers into the wild heart of Aotearoa in both remote and urban areas and documents the desperate battle to protect it. It explores the notion of Predator Free 2050 and asks whether this big, bold initiative is achievable and if so, how?
There is no silver bullet for this ecological crisis but it will rely on community involvement
in restoration activities. We all need to get involved , no task is too small. If we all work together to protect our environment, we have a greater chance to save our endangered species.
Are you ready to join the ‘Fight for the Wild in Kaipātiki?
How to get involved
There are simple ways you can get involved in Kaipātiki that will make a world of difference.
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Starting in your backyard is easy and free. It’s a great way to get the whanau involved.
Join or start a
Check out when events are on, join a local group or start a new group in your neighbourhood. We will support you every step of the way.
Get your neighbours involved to make your street pest free. You will be supported by other volunteers and provided with training and resources.
Did you know we can visit schools in Kaipātiki and provide resources to help them become pest free?
Your business can engage in pest free activities. Get your workmates together and do it!
Get involved in
Citizen Science Month helps Pest Free Kaipātiki track progress in restoring our local native bush and wildlife. There are lots of ways to get involved!
Other ways to support the work we do
Volunteer Code of Conduct
Volunteering is an important activity which aims to be mutually rewarding to the community, the society and to volunteers and participants. To ensure that we meet these aims all volunteers are expected to read and abide by our Volunteer Code of Conduct. To view the Code of Conduct click the image to the right.