Gebbies Pass


IMG_0589_2In 2013 and 2014 Keystone Ecology planted 6000 plants on private land  in Gebbies Pass. The aim of this project was to return the gully back to native vegetation and support a “green link” between the Port Hills and Banks Peninsula. This would allow a more continuous habitat for wildlife to move within and between, which will increase the biodiversity of the area. Environment Canterbury’s Immediate Steps program funded this ambitious project.

Below: the proposed planting sites for Gebbies Pass revegetation project.