Conservation volunteers reach one million milestone
Conservation volunteers reach one million milestone.
Conservation volunteers across New Zealand have reached new heights by planting more than 1 million plants throughout the country.
Nature Space, a New Zealand based ecological website reported volunteers have planted more than one million plants, along with eradicating over nine thousand possums and stoats. Nature Space comprises of 150 volunteer conservation groups with more than 20,000 members who work tirelessly across the country restoring and protecting the environment in their local areas.
“It’s an excellent milestone for Nature Space volunteers to chalk up over 1 million plants been planted,” says DOC’s Nature Space Coordinator Tim Bailey.
The Nature Space website allows members access to restoration resources, details of community projects and data storage.
“Nature Space was set up to the give conservation volunteer groups and individuals a place to promote their efforts and connect with other interested parties,” says Tim.
“Many groups manage their own pages adding data, photos, events and news making it a prefect place to keep up with volunteer conservation in their local area and find out what is happening nationwide.”
Nature Space is a free website and to join up and find out more website and how community groups are in your region, please visit www.naturespace.org.nz or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nature Space is an independent
website supported by the Department of Conservation, World
Wildlife Fund, Queen Elizabeth II National Trust, and local
government agencies of the North