MeACT is structured as a Registered Charitable Trust with a Board of Trustees made up of individuals in the community who have a shared vision to improve the environment and community.

MeACT see's it's role is as a facilitator of action for the environment and our community, so we welcome and support anyone who has a great idea and wants to get involved and do good work for the community. 

By supporting local projects with funding, management assistance and effective communications we aim to ensure our contribution to the community is effective, valued and long lasting.

We are always looking for new ideas and projects that will improve our community and it's environment.

We are currently focusing on a range of different environmental projects in and around Muriwai.
  • Gannet Monitoring 
  • Village Green Re-vegtation Project
  • Community Weed Programme
  • Native Plant Nursery
  • Pest Control Program
  • Community Composting
If your'e interested in participating in any of these projects, please check out the project briefs and contact the project co-ordinator directly.

We need volunteers to assist with everything from plan development to hands on help to make these projects a success so welcome any kind of advice, assistance and suggestions.

If there's a project you think we should be looking at please contact one of our trustees.

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