|Grovetown Lagoon Restoration Project||Justine Johnson |
Phone: 03 579 5732
|Rarangi Landcare Group|
|Kaipupu Point Sounds Wildlife Sanctuary||Rachel Russel |
Phone: 027 692 3488
|Endeavour Inlet Conservation Trust||www.endeavourinlet.org.nz|
|Marlborough Sounds Restoration Trust||www.soundsrestoration.org.nz|
|French Pass Community Charitable Trust - Wildlife Restoration||Mark Pengelly |
Phone: 021 269 0117
|Tui Nature Reserve||www.tuinaturereserve.co.nz|
|Pelorus Bridge Bat Recovery Project||Jenny Easton |
Phone: 03 5471613
|South Marlborough Landscape Restoration Trust||Ian Mitchell |
Phone: 03 572 8606
Waima Valley Ecological Restoration Society
|Susan King |
Phone: 03 575 6788
|Picton Dawn Chorus||Siobain
Phone: 021 285 1858
Nature Space is a tool for groups, individuals and landowners working on, and interested in, ecological restoration to access useful resources, ask questions, gain feedback and network.
This website is also a great place to keep up to date with current conservation news through its home page stories, community noticeboard and calendar.
The Grovetown Lagoon is an oxbow loop of the Wairau River.
This 5.3 hectare area of kanuka forest is located on the northern edge of the Wairau Plain on public land administered by Marlborough District Council.
In 2002 to 2003, an ecological survey was conducted at the former Koromiko Deer Park, which is administered by Council.
Other organisations and contacts.
The Rarangi Landcare Group is an Incorporated Society established in 2000 by local residents.
Council owns approximately 10 hectares of low-lying land adjacent to the lower reaches of Spring Creek and on the western side of State Highway 1.
This 200 hectare recreation reserve, located between Picton and Waikawa, has been ecologically assessed and ranked as having medium ecological values.
This 1,100 hectare reserve is located on the southern boundary of Blenheim and provides extensive walking, running and biking opportunities.