Pest Free Kaipātiki Restoration Society (PFK) is a community-led organisation initiated by the Kaipātiki Restoration Network in 2015. Our vision is one where birds and other native wildlife flourish, and everyone works together to support our natural heritage.
PFK provides support, training, advice and resources for residents to rid their homes, workplaces and school of invasive ecological pests such as rats, possums and pest plants. PFK also initiates and supports actions to prevent the further spread of kauri dieback.
PFK volunteers work in reserves to help restore native biodiversity and improve habitat for our taonga; kereru, piwakawaka, puriri, ruru, kaka, totara and more.
PFK works in collaboration with the Kaipātiki Local Board and other stakeholders to provide support for residents and volunteer groups. New groups are being established in bush reserves and other significant ecological areas. Visit our website for more information on what we do - and how you can get involved.