There are many groups in Upper Clutha who work in Stewardship for the Environment. Getting actively involved with one of them will bring you closer to the Environmental Award.
Groups seeking volunteers
Te Kakano Aotearoa undertake plant propagation, community planting and weeding in Wanaka and throughout the Upper Clutha.
Touchstone citizen lake monitoring project – weekly water monitoring
Diamond Lake Restoration Trust – A group running a predator control programme trapping introduced mammals at Diamond Lake near Wanaka. Contact Jim Miller email@example.com.
Don’t Chuck your Muck Not for profit organisation whose aim is to eliminate litter and rubbish thrown from vehicles onto road sides, parks and walkways https://www.facebook.com/DontChuckYourMuck/
Lindis Pass Conservation Group – A group undertaking, weed control and restoration initiatives adjoining the Lindis Pass State Highway near Tarras. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
These groups also work in Stewardship for the planet
Local Food Wanaka organise events, in particular the successful Autumn Apple Drive
Plastic Free Wanaka leads the plastic free campaign in Wanaka, and sells bags, bottles etc to help you make a change
Central Otago Forest and Bird organises talks, trips and volunteer days.
Friends of Wanaka Wastebusters are the guardian of the Wastebuster Company created by the community in 1995.
Wanaka Timebank, connects people to provide and receive services out of the monetary paradigm.