Become a Forest Warrior in Kaipara, New Zealand

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  • Letzte Aktivität: 20 März 2024



 Geforderte Mindest-Aufenthaltsdauer:  mindestens 2 Wochen



  • Beschreibung


    We are a Forest Trust in Northland, New Zealand. Since we formed in 1999, we have planted 1.5 million native species to restore farmland back to flourishing kauri forest. Our work is to promote, protect and restore the vulnerable kauri forest ecosystem of the famous Waipoua Forest, which is home to the giant Tane Mahuta and endangered animals such as kiwi.

  • Arten von Hilfe und Lernmöglichkeiten

    Arten von Hilfe und Lernmöglichkeiten

    Karitative Arbeit
    Hilfe bei Ökoprojekten
    Heimwerker- und Bauarbeiten
    Handwerkliche Arbeiten
    Hilfe mit Computer /Internet
  • UNO-Ziele für nachhaltige Entwicklung, die dieser Gastgeber verfolgt

    UNO-Ziele für nachhaltige Entwicklung, die dieser Gastgeber verfolgt

    Keine Armut
    Kein Hunger
    Gesundheit und Wohlergehen
    Hochwertige Bildung
    Sauberes Wasser und Sanitärversorgung
    Bezahlbare und saubere Energie
    Menschenwürdige Arbeit und Wirtschaftswachstum
    Industrie, Innovation und Infrastruktur
    Weniger Ungleichheiten
    Nachhaltige Städte und Gemeinden
    Nachhaltige Konsum- und Produktionsmuster sicherstellen
    Maßnahmen zum Klimaschutz
    Leben unter Wasser
    Leben an Land
    Frieden, Gerechtigkeit und starke Institutionen
    Partnerschaften zur Erreichung der Ziele
  • Kultureller Austausch und Lernmöglichkeiten

    Kultureller Austausch und Lernmöglichkeiten

    You will learn about the magnificent kauri forest ecosystem and its native plants and animals. You will also learn about the unique challenges facing kauri and the forest ecosystem, and see some of the impacts of colonisation. You will gain knowledge in pest and weed control and conservation practices in the Forest. Trust staff and volunteers also do work as kaitiaki (guardians) of dotterels which are endangered beach-nesting birds. You will get to know the local area well if you stay for a couple of weeks or more, as the Trust works at and visits sites at several locations in and around the Forest and on the coast.

    Our Trust is located in a culturally significant space in New Zealand with the ancient Waipoua Forest and giant kauri Tāne Mahuta just on our doorstep. We work with the local Iwi (Māori tribe) and other conservation groups to ensure our practices are sustainable, and there are opportunities to attend huis (meetings) locally.

    There is a lot to learn if you are interested in ecology, botany, conservation, reforestation, local politics and governance, fundraising and more. This volunteering experience would make a great internship or work experience placement for someone interested in pursuing a career in one of these areas. For this we would recommend you stay for longer than a month.

  • Arbeit


    Volunteers are needed to plant trees during the winter months. This work is physically demanding but very rewarding. Please do not request a position if you are not able to work in all weather conditions and are not prepared to get really dirty!

  • Gesprochene Sprachen

    Englisch: Fließend

  • Unterkunft


    You will be staying in the Trust headquarters which sits on the edge of the Waipoua Forest, a 45 minute drive North from Dargaville. There is no public transport to-from or in this area so YOU MUST HAVE YOUR OWN VEHICLE.

    The area is very rural - there's mobile phone signal at the house and WiFi. Dargaville is the nearest place to get all your groceries and other supplies. We would recommend you arrive with enough food to keep you going until you next go into town.

    Your accommodation is in the upper level of the house, above the Trust's workshed and garages. This space houses the office, bedrooms, bathroom and large open plan kitchen/dining room/living room which is used by staff for lunch and tea breaks. The house is a bit run down but light and spacious.

  • Was noch ...

    Was noch ...

    The magnificent Waipoua Kauri Forest is on our doorstep, with Tāne Mahuta a 20 minute drive away and other forest walks closer. There are plenty of safe swimming spots nearby in rivers and waterholes, and of course the wild West Coast for surfing. The beautiful Kai Iwi lakes are a 25 minute drive away. The stunning Hokianga Harbour is under an hour's drive, with incredible views and the chance to take a boat over to surf the sand dunes.

  • Etwas mehr Information

    Etwas mehr Information

    • Internet Zugang

    • Eingeschränkter Internet Zugang

      Eingeschränkter Internet Zugang

    • Wir besitzen Tiere

    • Wir sind Raucher

    • Familien möglich

  • Kann Digital Nomads unterbringen

    Kann Digital Nomads unterbringen

    Dieser Gastgeber nimmt gern Digital Nomads bei sich auf.

  • Platz zum Abstellen von Camper Vans

    Platz zum Abstellen von Camper Vans

    Dieser Gastgeber bietet Platz für Wohnmobile.

  • Kapazität - wie viele Workawayer maximal

    Kapazität - wie viele Workawayer maximal

    mehr als zwei

  • ...


    Maximum 5 hours a day, 3 days a week

Gastgeber Ref-Nr.: 951238382737

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