The Wairarapa Pūkaha to Kawakawa Alliance is a collaborative network of communities and organisations working together to support, sustain and grow environmental restoration in the Wairarapa.
There are over 50 groups in the Wairarapa working on planting, predator control and monitoring projects to help restore the biodiversity of our region. Find out more about these groups:
A catchment community group is led by landowners and farmers taking action to achieve a long-term vision for the catchment, based on a healthy environment and a thriving community. Find out what support is available and contact your Regional Coordinator:
There are over 50 groups in the Wairarapa, both rural and urban, who are working to protect and restore biodiversity in different ways across our region.