Large landcape projects

Lake Brunner

Mount Te Kinga at Lake Brunner/ Kotuku Whakaoho is the setting for the latest predator free project to receive backing from Predator Free 2050 Limited and the Provincial Growth Fund. The announcement was made last month (Friday 29 May 2020) by Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage and Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Regional Economic Development Fletcher Tabuteau. Read the full media release.

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Whakatāne

Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa’s Korehāhā Whakahau project aims to remove possums from a 4,700ha area around Whākatane while creating jobs and building iwi capacity. The project will apply methodologies developed by other Predator Free 2050 Limited projects in an area bordered by bordered by the Whakatāne River, Ōhope beach, and the Ōhiwa harbour, including private, public and Ngāti Awa owned land. The announcement was made last weekend Saturday 27 June by Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage and Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Regional Economic Development Fletcher Tabuteau. Read the full media release.

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Whangārei

Predator Free Whangārei aims to protect, restore and enhance thousands of hectares of Northland’s native forests, coastal habitats and wetlands, allowing for greater protection and enhancement of threatened species of native fauna and flora. The announcement was made today Friday 10 July by Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage. Read the full media release.

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Banks Peninsula

The Predator Free Banks Peninsula project brings together 14 organisations bound together by a vision to make the 110,000ha peninsula predator free. . The announcement was made yesterday Sunday 9 August by Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage.

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