MUSA is the independent Massey University Student Association.
Massey University Sustainability Club’s aim is to promote and encourage involvement in sustainability initiatives within and beyond the university community.
The main aim of Menzshed is to keep people involved with the community and maintain a space where projects can be undertaken that will benefit the community.
Farmers tend to be tree planters, and there is strong commitment to environmental quality outcomes and conservation in much of what they do. The Middle Districts branch of the New Zealand Farm Forestry Association was set up in 1956, and now has over 200 members.
NZ Landcare Trust is an independent, non government organisation working with farmers and landowners to maintain a productive, sustainable environment, from large catchment-based projects that deal with complex landcare issues to smaller ones with a specific biodiversity focus.
A community group aiming to enhance the environment particularly on the western side of Palmerston North city, with native planting, weeding and pest control, and education for the future.
This Trust aims to contribute to Palmerston North becoming a more environmentally sustainable and vibrant city by supporting and stimulating activities that encourage the Palmerston North community to live sustainably.
The Palmerston North Girls' High School Enviro Group aims to promote, inspire, and carry through environmental awareness, responsibility, and action at PNGHS and in the wider community.
This group is working to install and maintain trap lines in green belts and beside walkways in the Fitzherbert area of Palmerston North, to reduce pest numbers and thus enhance biodiversity in urban bush areas.
Volunteers working in partnership with the Palmerston North City Council have converted this disused clay quarry into a lush urban park with native vegetation, birds and fauna.
These volunteers give practical gardening and cooking tutoring when invited to a school, setting up vegetable gardens, providing cooking lessons, and mentoring to sustain these activities in the long term.
Pūriri is an informal collective of community volunteers, celebrating natural darkness, and advocating for the protection of all life that depends on natural cycles of light and darkness.