Restoring an entire region is a big job. That is why we need the help and support of everyone in Taranaki. We are not talking about the need to do it alone, you do not have to undertake a monumental conservation project.
But if each of us takes care of our own backyards, then we can have a huge impact together as a community. There are many ways that the smallest child and the biggest business can make a difference.
Here are some small things that you can start doing today:
There are many different ways that you can get involved with the Restore Taranaki initiative.They are:
A Guardian is a fierce protector of the things they love. And if you love Taranaki as much as we do, then becoming a Guardian could be the right choice for you.
By getting involved in community projects, you can help create awareness for our restoration plans. You can empower people to defend all of the wonderful things that make Taranaki great.
Find out more about becoming a guardian here.
If you are looking for a way for your business to truly make a difference in our region then become a Restore Taranaki Corporate Friend.
Support the initiative with small changes in your workplace, and gain the benefits of promotional opportunities and recognition for your business.
Find out more about becoming a corporate friend here.
At the heart of our region is its people. Community groups, schools and local initiatives play a vital role in Taranaki. Engaging with the diverse range of people in our region and bringing our communities together to achieve positive outcomes is what keeps our initiative going.
Becoming a Community Friend means that you can do your part to protect our region for future generations.
Find out more about becoming a community friend here.
Becoming a volunteer is a fantastic way for you to get involved in the conservation projects around our region. We always have a range of projects that we would love your help with.
Not only do you get to give back to your community, but you will be protecting the wildlife, habitats, freshwater and region for future generations.
Find out more about becoming a volunteer here.