Conservation Heroes: Salisbury School

Carolyn Shirtliff, conservation catalyst at Salisbury School

Salisbury School in Richmond has been supporting environmental restoration in Nelson Tasman for decades—propagating, growing and donating native plants; landscaping its premises; and supplying eco-sourced seeds. Salisbury’s nursery has provided plants for both TET’s Waimea Inlet Restoration Partnership and Battle for the Banded Rail initiatives. Which is why, as far as we’re concerned, the entire […]

Onetahua Restoration: A vision for a thriving wildlife habitat

Onetahua Farewell Spit sand dunes and ocean

The Onetahua Restoration Project got off to a flying start in September when the Minister of Conservation announced that Predator Free 2050 is releasing $3 million of funding for pest eradication in the Farewell Spit region. This bold ambition is a long-term shared community vision to enable future generations the chance to enjoy a wealth […]