September 29, 2021 8:09 am
More than $6 million in Jobs for Nature funding is being made available to support three iwi-, community- and council-led projects targeting the eradication of rats, stoats and possums as part of the Predator Free New Zealand 2050 mission, Predator Free 2050 Ltd announced today. …more
September 23, 2021 8:29 am
Six of Aotearoa’s brightest young minds are setting out to revolutionise pest management, helping efforts to eradicate possums, stoats and rats from New Zealand by 2050.
Supported by Predator Free 2050 Limited (PF2050 Ltd) and $2.4m in Jobs for Nature funding, the post-graduate and post-doctoral researchers at Auckland, Canterbury, Lincoln and Otago universities will be researching topics as diverse as genetics, biocontrol, audio lures, and social licence.
September 15, 2021 9:05 am
World-leading predator eradication and surveillance tools developed in Aotearoa New Zealand are among the latest products ready to help eradicate rats, possums and mustelids by 2050 – with the prospect of future export earnings as well. …more
August 18, 2021 2:30 pm
Our Project Support Manager Melissa Brignall-Theyer ventured across the Hauraki Gulf earlier this month (pre-lockdown) to visit Auckland’s most populated island and one with a hefty goal to eradicate stoats and rats. …more
August 6, 2021 10:12 am
Predator Free 2050 Ltd has appointed Brett Butland acting Chief Executive while it begins its search to replace Abbie Reynolds, who finishes up with the company this week.
Acting Chair David MacLeod said the Board was proud of Abbie’s contribution to and leadership of the Predator Free mission. …more