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Ed Hillary Hope Reserve opening soon | view story
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WETLINK - a database of wetland restoration projects | view story
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GiC, a group that helps volunteer conservation groups with geospatial information systems. | view story
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Community Action Wellington – we’re here to help YOU! | view story
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Mōhua settling in to new island home | view story
NatureWatch New Zealand – record, share and learn! | view story
Eels Deserve Protection | view story
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Nature Space is a website for groups, individuals and landowners undertaking ecological restoration in New Zealand. The conservation work carried out by these communities is vital not only for the intrinsic value of our biodiversity, but also for the health and prosperity of New Zealand.  

There are hundreds of community restoration groups and individual landowners in New Zealand dedicating time and effort to restore our native ecosystems. The Nature Space website supports these people. Here you will find information about some of the community restoration groups and individuals working throughout New Zealand, maybe in your own neighbourhood, as well as resources to help you or your group get the best conservation results.