Forest Habitat Restoration

Integrating biodiversity into farms.

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Related Resources:

  • Forest habitat restoration poster

  • Forest habitat restoration report

  • Landowner report (example)

Creating safe pockets of healthy indigenous biodiversity outside of the Orokonui Ecosanctuary means established populations of native birds and reptiles have an opportunity to migrate outwards and thrive beyond the predator proof fence. The Halo Project is working with landowners to develop restoration and maintenance plans which work within the context of the landowner’s needs. The Halo Project is currently working on a series of case studies with local landowners to identify best methods and processes for effectively supporting forest habitat restoration on private land. It is anticipated that case studies will be completed by mid 2019 and with the goal of then engaging with landowners across The Halo Project area.


If you are a landowner interested in establishing and maintaining indigenous forest on your property we would like to hear from you. Please contact us today.


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Seabird Habitat Restoration