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New Plymouth Urban Restoration Workshop

The New Plymouth Urban Restoration Workshop was held on November 22nd, 2019 and was co-hosted by People, Cities & Nature, New Plymouth District Council and Wild For Taranaki / Restore Taranaki. The full-day workshop was attended by 50 people representing local council, community groups and members of the general public.

It was a productive event, with nine presentations (see below) in the morning and a field trip to Huatoki Reserve in the afternoon where discussions and demonstrations included:

  • Huatoki Conservation Group: A community group perspective (Bill Clarkson)
  • Measuring restoration of native forests (Kiri Wallace)
  • Monitoring mammals in urban landscapes (Stephen Hartley and Neil Fitzgerald)

Image credit: Gemma Collins


Urban Ecological Restoration: The Bigger Picture
Bruce Clarkson

Bruce-Clarkson.pdf

Building Native Forests Within Our Cities
Monique Hall

Monique-Hall.pdf

Urban Conservation of New Zealand Lizards
Chris Woolley

Chris-Woolley.pdf

Predators in Urban Restoration
Neil Fitzgerald

Neil-Fitzgerald.pdf

Taranaki Regional Council Key Native Ecosystem Programme
Quin Amoore

Quin-Amoore.pdf

New Plymouth Urban Biodiversity Initiatives
Rachelle MacBeth and Sam Mortensen

Rachelle-Sam.pdf

Taranaki Regional Council: Predator-Free 2050
Chauncy Ardell

Chauncy-Ardell.pdf

Te Whenua Tomuri Trust
Marie Doorbar

Restore Communities: A project update, and Trees That Count
Leigh Honnor, Esther Ward-Campbell & Sian Potier

Leigh-Esther-Sian.pdf