The Port Hills fires in February 2017 have seriously impacted the Summit Road Society’s Ohinetahi Reserve on the Port Hills. The Summit Road Society was the hardest hit landowner from the fires, with a huge loss in native biodiversity in Ohinetahi Reserve. 83 hectares of the reserve was burnt. Up to 1.3km of fencing also needs replacing.
If you are able to make a donation to support Summit Road Society volunteers in the restoration of Ohinetahi Reserve to preserve the landscape and remaining biodiversity, please go to our Givealittle page: Givealittle to Ohinetahi Reserve
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