Your support enables us to

Buy land and restore native forests creating new nature reserves.
Manage our nature reserves for the benefit of all New Zealanders and our native wildlife.
Help combat climate change by restoring forests which remove carbon from the atmosphere.
If you choose to support the Trust you will be welcomed as a Forest Guardian and will receive:
Two issues each year of our newsletter 'Canopy', enabling you to keep in touch and monitor the progress of the Trust.
Access to over 25 nature reserves (covering almost 7,000 hectares) to explore.
And - most of all - a sense of achievement, knowing that you are helping to restore and protect our native forests.

Why support the Native Forest Restoration Trust?

We’ve been restoring forests for over 35 years. We have acquired and protected over 7,000 hectares of native forests and wetlands throughout the North and South Islands – nature reserves which are now protected for all New Zealanders for ever. This is an amazing achievement, mostly accomplished by a small group of dedicated volunteers, but there is still so much more we can do. As a registered charity we receive no regular government aid and we can’t do this without your help.

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How much should I give?
We are asking people like you to support the Trust by donating a small amount on a regular basis. Many people ask us how much they should give. The answer is, of course, just as much as you feel able to. We think that $1 a day (about $30/month) isn’t too much to ask of most people. However, this is just a suggestion and the amount you donate remains your decision.

Other Ways to Give
Remember NFRT in your will
You can stand up for the environment your entire life. Or even longer. Have you considered remembering NFRT in your will?

Click here to learn more about remembering NFRT in your will!

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