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Share in nature’s revival with us. We’re a sustainable living one-stop shop.

For sustainable living, restoring native biodiversity and learning about environmental sustainability, Kaipātiki Project makes it easy to live well within our Earth's limits.

Based on Auckland’s North, we lead native bush regeneration and grow native plants, provide conservation volunteering opportunities at our nursery, teaching garden and in our wider restoration projects. We also offer practical education and organise events about sustainable living for different age groups. We have an online shop where you can buy bulk plants, offer a range of corporate sponsorship opportunities, recycling initiatives and a membership option.

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We believe that by working together, we can restore our native plants, birds, bugs and fish and regenerate the planet.

We have a range of ways to get involved. Join our volunteering whānau to get up close with nature. From bush restoration, weeding and trapping to growing and planting, many hands make light work. We have volunteering opportunities for businesses, individuals and families, schools and youth groups and community groups. Connect with others who share your sustainable living values and purpose. Give back to the community and feel the wonder of making a difference to our local environment.

Learn about sustainable living and environmental sustainability. Feel great while learning with others and helping our natural world. Learn new sustainable living skills at our Auckland's North EnviroHub or at events and courses across the region. Our education and volunteering is practical and hands on - you’ll literally get your hands dirty!

People of all ages and abilities are welcome! We love bringing diverse groups of people together.

No matter where you're at in your sustainable living journey, we're happy to share and learn.

 

Upcoming Events
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Plant ID Workshop: Natives and pest plants
21 February 2021
Learn how to identify native plants and pest plants in this 2-hour free workshop, delivered jointly by Pest Free Kaipātiki and Kaipātiki Project.
You will find out about what makes native plants so important and why pest plants are such a problem. Through demonstration and practice, you will be shown how to recognise the features of different species and why they are so important.
Gain new knowledge and skills, meet new people, and learn from professionals working in restoration ecology.
RSVP as soon as possible, as numbers are limited.

Morning Session: 10 am - 12 pm or
Afternoon Session: 1 pm - 3 pm

Registrations close on 19 February.
Plant ID Workshop: Natives and pest plants
21 February 2021
Learn how to identify native plants and pest plants in this 2-hour free workshop, delivered jointly by Pest Free Kaipātiki and Kaipātiki Project.
You will find out about what makes native plants so important and why pest plants are such a problem. Through demonstration and practice, you will be shown how to recognise the features of different species and why they are so important.
Gain new knowledge and skills, meet new people, and learn from professionals working in restoration ecology.
RSVP as soon as possible, as numbers are limited.

Morning Session: 10 am - 12 pm or
Afternoon Session: 1 pm - 3 pm

Registrations close on 19 February.
Run for a cleaner coastline
07 March 2021
Everyone has their reason to keep motivated, to stay strong and carry on. Waterbourne festival encourages people to get active on the land, on the water, or both. They believe in sustainable environments and sustainable bodies. This fun run or walk is a chance to not just look after our country but to do something good for your own health. Being active can be hard but the fun run is a safe zone for people of all abilities to give back to their bodies. We want to help you to achieve new goals because nature and exercise just go hand and hand. Kaipātiki Project is proud to be part of this run and will receive $5 from every ticket thanks to Waterbourne Festival and Blue Carbon Project! Have fun!
Plant ID Workshop: Natives and pest plants
21 February 2021
Learn how to identify native plants and pest plants in this 2-hour free workshop, delivered jointly by Pest Free Kaipātiki and Kaipātiki Project.
You will find out about what makes native plants so important and why pest plants are such a problem. Through demonstration and practice, you will be shown how to recognise the features of different species and why they are so important.
Gain new knowledge and skills, meet new people, and learn from professionals working in restoration ecology.
RSVP as soon as possible, as numbers are limited.

Morning Session: 10 am - 12 pm or
Afternoon Session: 1 pm - 3 pm

Registrations close on 19 February.
Learn more
Plant ID Workshop: Natives and pest plants
21 February 2021
Learn how to identify native plants and pest plants in this 2-hour free workshop, delivered jointly by Pest Free Kaipātiki and Kaipātiki Project.
You will find out about what makes native plants so important and why pest plants are such a problem. Through demonstration and practice, you will be shown how to recognise the features of different species and why they are so important.
Gain new knowledge and skills, meet new people, and learn from professionals working in restoration ecology.
RSVP as soon as possible, as numbers are limited.

Morning Session: 10 am - 12 pm or
Afternoon Session: 1 pm - 3 pm

Registrations close on 19 February.
Learn more
Run for a cleaner coastline
07 March 2021
Everyone has their reason to keep motivated, to stay strong and carry on. Waterbourne festival encourages people to get active on the land, on the water, or both. They believe in sustainable environments and sustainable bodies. This fun run or walk is a chance to not just look after our country but to do something good for your own health. Being active can be hard but the fun run is a safe zone for people of all abilities to give back to their bodies. We want to help you to achieve new goals because nature and exercise just go hand and hand. Kaipātiki Project is proud to be part of this run and will receive $5 from every ticket thanks to Waterbourne Festival and Blue Carbon Project! Have fun!
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Awards
Kaipātiki Project recognised at Mayoral Conservation Awards 2020
In a company of amazing volunteers, community groups, Auckland Local Boards’ representatives, former Auckland Deputy Mayor Penny Hulse and Auckland Mayor Phil Goff, Kaipātiki Project joined the celebrations of Mayoral Conservation Awards on 28 November 2020.
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Movember meets Mulch
Kaipātiki Project has teamed up with Nick Molcsan, a young Project Manager with a vision, for an unusual mission connecting Movember with Mulch!

As an environmental organisation, Kaipātiki Project can provide as much mulch as Nick and his mates can lift, but is always looking for volunteers to help it spread...
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Barfoot & Thompson supports us
We are delighted to welcome on board our newest sponsor, Barfoot & Thompson. Auckland’s largest real estate agency works across all the regions that we do, and are very supportive of our mission.
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Kaipātiki Project can only operate because of the generosity of our funders, partners and supporters. THANK YOU!

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