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Avon-Ōtākaro Forest Park

$80 donated
Given by 6 generous donors in around 7 months

A community movement with a vision to transform the Christchurch Avon River Red Zone into a city to sea native forest park.

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The Avon-Ōtākaro Forest Park evolved to conceptualise, promote and actively encourage the development of an indigenous forest park in the Avon-Ōtākaro residential red zone.

Our group is made up of professionals and members of the community. Our professional expertise includes the fields of landscape architecture, ecology, entomology, environmental science, climate change, geotech, civil engineering, education, community outreach, It also includes a professor of urban ecology, a senior ecology lecturer, PhD Students and educators.

The group has permission to maintain 10 sites of significant indigenous vegetation within the red zone, plus two Christchurch City Council parks. Regular working bees happen at these site.

AOFP also work on the design and promotion of Avon-Ōtākaro Forest Park and conceptual masterplan,

We also look to involve education institutions such as Lincoln University and local schools to foster opportunities in the red zone.

Use of funds

Any funds raised will go towards the purchase of plants to be planted by our Volunteers

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Latest donations

Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 24 Apr 2020
Keep up the good work!
Spongebob on 19 Apr 2020
Keep planting and carry on
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 05 Apr 2020
Glenn on 03 Apr 2020
Conor on 03 Apr 2020
Keep up the great work!

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