South Marlborough Landscape Restoration Trust

South Marlborough Landscape Restoration Trust

We are actively working to contain or control existing and prevent new wilding pines sites in South Marlborough.

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The South Marlborough Landscape Restoration Trust’s aim is to restore and protect the iconic scenic tussock grassland and alpine landscapes of South Marlborough and increase the area’s biodiversity by reducing the extent of wilding pines.

Our efforts cover an area of 870,000 hectares, all the way from south of the Wairau River and the foothills of Blenheim to the Clarence and Molesworth Station in the south. Our goal is to reduce wilding pines in South Marlborough in areas of 50,000 hectares per year. Since our 2016 start, we've covered 130,000 hectares.

With your help, we can increase native biodiversity and have positive impacts on our ecosystems, cultural and historic values, recreation and reduce fire risk in South Marlborough.

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We are actively working to contain or control existing and prevent new wilding pines sites in South Marlborough.

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