Volunteer-led pest control has been underway in Aongatete Forest since 2007. Anecdotal evidence indicates that this work has had a noticeable impact
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Feast your eyes on this magnificent round-up of Bay Conservation Alliance’s member organisations. It’s heartening to see the ongoing commitment and passion
Almost appropriately, it was raining for the official opening in November 2022 of our newly expanded building that we refer to as
Aongatete Forest Project began as an effort to bring awareness to the distressed state of the northern Kaimai ranges. In 2001, a
I attended my first volunteer work day at the forest in June 2006. I had recently retired from a forestry career in
Aongatete Forest Project was a hive of activity on the last day of April when we hosted visitors from 'the other side’.
We've all seen those gritty TV dramas that have astonishing science and tech at their fingertips to analyse the DNA from crime
We are being very successful with our predator control work to protect our native wildlife from being eaten by rats, stoats and
Spring 2020 saw us carry out an innovative restoration of indigenous biodiversity in our forest. Several years in the planning, this involved
In the lead up to the titipounamu/rifleman nesting season, it’s not uncommon to find Barry Pethybridge in the forest sitting in a camping