In or out of the bush – Volunteers are the life blood of the Trust.
Volunteers give thousands of hours each year to help protect the future of the Ōtanewainuku Forest and the native species which call this forest home. Volunteers bring skills and expertise that add value to the vision and goals of the Trust.
Each month, we run forest workdays which are generally held on the second Sunday. Other activities include checking stoat lines, making ferret trap boxes, educational talks, administration work, communications and minute taking.
We welcome volunteers who are able to give their time to help us with on-going or one-off tasks.