Restoration has become a major conservation activity worldwide. This is especially true in New Zealand where communities, landowners and government agencies have massively increased their attention to restoring biodiversity to the landscape now that so much of it has been destroyed. Restoration means many things to many people as the term is also applied to antique furniture, art work or buildings. But just as you would restore an historic building to its original splendour, one can also attempt to restore biological communities.
There are several kinds of restoration:
Additional information is provided about eco-sourcing, gardening with native plants and if you want to get involved in restoration there is a tool to locate a group near you.
For more information about restoration see also:
This page last updated on 26 Nov 2012
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