Ruamahanga Restoration Trust

Ruamahanga Restoration Trust

Advancing environmental projects beneficial to youth and rural communities within the Wairarapa.

Wellington

Advancing environmental education and natural heritage conservation projects beneficial to youth and rural communities within the Wairarapa.

We work with schools and local community groups to help halt and reverse the decline of natural wilderness and wetlands within the Wairarapa ––encouraging the protection and return of birdlife and endangered species as a means to protect the areas's biodiversity.

Each donation sum contributes as follows:

$38 1 x native tree seedling for schools

$100 3 x sets of tracking tunnels & cards

$160 1 x DOC200 stoat/rat/hedgehog trap for schools

$185 1 x eDNA water testing kit for schools

$1000 1 x educational predator monitoring & trapping kit for schools

More about us

We create hands-on environmental conservation projects that engage with students and rural communities within the Wairarapa with the aim to restore and regenerate the biodiversity and health of waterways and native bush within the Ruamahanga catchment.

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Latest donations

Michael
Michael on 04 Jul 2021
$100
Chris
Chris on 04 Jul 2021
$100
Lachlan
Lachlan on 04 Jul 2021
$10
Susanna
Susanna on 04 Jul 2021
$50
Private Donor
Private Donor on 02 Jul 2021
$100

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