“A valley of lush, lofty lowland broadleaf forest sustaining abundant and healthy native biodiversity and attracting enthusiastic visitors to the main entrance of the Remutaka Park.”
These documents are provided as a reference resource for participants and volunteers supporting the RCT Catchpool Restoration Project.
- Catchpool Restoration Plan Revision - 2018
- Current Restoration Zones Map (2018)
- Revised Plant List (2018)
- Catchpool Restoration Project - Update 2012
- Suggested Planting Programme - Sept 09
- Catchpool Restoration Plan CCF-051
- Volunteer Agreements & Safety Info
- Restoration Map of Catchpool Valley (Original)
- Wilding Pines Control - Catchpool Valley, 2020
Some of the team from ANZ National Bank heading up the slopes to plant their trees above the Catchpool Car Park. Photo credit: PC
(Above) Families planting native trees during a Belmont Scouts Volunteer Day, Catchpool Valley, Remutaka Forest Park. Photos credit: PC.
The lads from EFTPOS NZ Ltd planted more than 260 trees on their volunteer planting day in the Park during September. (Click for a larger image).
Melissa Middleton & colleague proudly show off their designer gumboots during their community volunteer day's planting efforts. Photos credit: PC.