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Native Forest Volunteer Project, New Zealand

Work in the native forests of New Zealand and help preserve some of the many species within it. Based on the Kauri Forest, this is a unique project which allows volunteers to discover an unexplored forest whilst honing their conservation and wilderness skills. The work focuses on completing a grid network of forest trails which are used for the control and monitoring of pests which harm the native birds.   Volunteers will  get involved with: establishing the grid pattern  clearing and marking trails installing and monitoring bait stations GPS trail mapping.

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Native Forest Volunteer Project, New Zealand

Volunteer to work to preserve the native forest and birds on the Kauri Coast, New Zealand and get to explore an undiscovered forest while learning about conservation and wilderness skills. Join this project and help preserve the native forest and birds in a Nature Sanctuary located in an unexplored forest on the beautiful Kauri Coast, New Zealand. Background This Nature Sanctuary is a privately owned native forest that is managed in cooperation with the New Zealand’s Department of Conservation (DOC) and the local regional council.

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Dharamsala Community Development Project, India

Volunteers are needed to work on grassroots community development projects in Dharamsala, Northern India, home of the Tibetan Refugee community and his holiness the Dalai Lama. Volunteer projects include education, primary care, women's empowerment, health education and more. Volunteers can work on one or more of a range of community service projects in Dharamsala, including:

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Help Conserve the Unique New Zealand Ecosystem: Volunteer + Adventure

Volunteer in New Zealand with ISV!

Work with the Maori people to protect the natural resources in New Zealand, which is of great importance to their traditional culture. International Student Volunteers (a non-profit organization) invites you to help out in the overall maintenance and regeneration of the fragile ecosystems in northern New Zealand. After giving back, you will then reward yourself by participating in an incredible two week adventure tour, which includes black water rafting in underground caves, Kiwi Encounter experience, grade five white water rafting and so much more! New Zealand has a very diverse landscape and unique flora and fauna, with up to 80% of native trees, flowers and ferns endemic to the country; the plants and animals found in New Zealand evolved in isolation for millions of years but have now been slowly degrading.

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Work to bring back the native forest of Motutapu Island, New Zealand: Volunteer + Adventure

Volunteer in New Zealand with ISV!

Impact our world by working to keep the natural and cultural heritage of Motutapu and its native forests healthy and beautiful. International Student Volunteers (a non-profit organization) invites you to help out in the overall maintenance and repairing of the Motutapu Island native forests. After giving back, you will then reward yourself by participating in an incredible two week adventure tour, which includes black water rafting in underground caves, Kiwi Encounter experience, an exploration of the thermal wonders of Rotorua and so much more! The organization you will be working with was formed in November 1993 by locals interested in the conservation and restoration of the natural and cultural landscapes of Motutapu through the participation of the community.

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  • Program ID: #1931
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  • Location:
    Newmarket , AUK
    New Zealand
    36° 47' 26.1276" S, 174° 52' 44.3928" E
    Auckland NZ

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