We are dedicated to catalysing the impact of communities across Te Tai Tokerau to revitalise biodiversity on behalf of nature and the generations to come.
A non-profit organisation established in 2012, Reconnecting Northland relies on independent funding to achieve its vision
Our strategy and ethos are derived from the model of Connectivity Conservation; being that nature (ourselves included) thrives when inter-connected.
Within this model, Reconnecting Northland serves as a catalyst for action. We strive for a culture of collaboration between communities and agencies within Northland; activating pathways to nature-based jobs and healthy landscapes
Currently our programme employs a dynamic team of five employees based in Whangarei, New Zealand; supported by a professional, diverse, and experienced Board of Trustees.
We invite your support on this journey as we strive to overcome barriers and focus solutions to achieve real and lasting change.
Te Kete Hononga is Reconnecting Northland’s core service-based offering. Its primary aim is to streamline access to the ‘know how’ required to achieve and scale up conservation efforts in Northland. This will be achieved through delivery of targeted ecological tools, services, and resources to community groups, via on the ground relationships with our Connectivity Activators.
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The purpose of He Ripo Kau is to weave people together to achieve the HRK 100-year vision; a landscape of abundance, with bird-filled forests that stretch to the sea and clean clear waterways teeming with life.
Te Kawa Waiora is a research project focused on the health and mauri of the Wairoa river and its tributaries, overseen by Reconnecting Northland, inspired and informed by the heads, hearts and rich history of the river's hau kainga.
The training and development programme, piloted through the PGF Clean Clear Water initiative, has been a breakthrough for Te Kete Hononga and what it can do in action.
Annual snapshot of Reconnecting Northland's programme and initiative outputs over the period 1 July 2020 - 30 June 2021.