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Who are the Supporters of the Project?

   The Kaipatiki Project Inc.

Kereru Awhina is currently sponsored solely by the Kaipatiki Project Inc. At the moment we are seeking new sponsors. If you are interested please contact the Chairperson of the Kaipatiki Project by emailing [email protected].

The Kaipatiki Project Inc. is a not-for-profit group based on Auckland’s North Shore. The Kaipatiki Project works with North Shore City Council to ecologically restore the Witheford Scenic Reserve, creek and forest margins by eradicating plant and animal pests and encouraging natural regeneration via eco sourcing seeds, plant propagation, native planting, riparian planting and water quality monitoring.

They also take an active role in raising people’s awareness of the environment and the need for restoration by running education courses, going into schools and arranging group planting activities. 

Kaipatiki Project are partners in the Kereru Awhina Project and run the resource and response centre from their premises in Lauderdale Road.

http://www.kaipatiki.org.nz


   Warehouse Stationery

A previous sponsor of the Kereru Awhina Project. Warehouse Stationery is a New Zealand owned company and a part of The Warehouse Group of companies.

Warehouse Stationery’s mission is to be New Zealand’s preferred supplier of stationery, office products and services to its target markets. Currently there are 43 retail stores operating country wide and these are supported by an Auckland based support office and distribution centre. Warehouse Stationery also operates a business to business operation called B2B.

http://www.warehousestationery.co.nz

http://www.warehousestationeryb2b.co.nz



   WWF (World Wildlife Fund)

WWF New Zealand was established in 1975 as a Charitable Trust. They are part of the global conservation network working to conserve biological diversity, ensure sustainable use of renewable resources and reduce pollution.

WWF provided funding to The Kereru Awhina Project at its inception in 2003.

http://www.wwf.org.nz


  
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