Love tree planting? Want to travel and experience New Zealand? Why not both!
Positions: Environmental Restoration Landscapers / Tree Planting
Company: Native Solutions
Location: New Zealand
Type: paid + accommodations (see below)
Term: summer or seasonal (April–December)
Come to Middle Earth and help replant and restore New Zealand to its natural beauty. Join our Fellowship and help us plant over 2.2 million trees a year! This environmental restoration / tree planting job is a great opportunity to; learn the ins and outs of the industry, learn about the native fauna and ecology in NZ, travel and experience amazing locations all over New Zealand, to meet and work with people from all over the world on making this country greener and cleaner!
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Dec 6 2019 ID: 55309