A large-scale predator project, the biggest of its kind in New Zealand, was launched in Taranaki today (Wednesday 30 May, 2018) supported by more than $11 million from the Government. Read the full media release.
Large landcape projects
A project aimed at creating a Predator Free Hawke’s Bay has been launched in Napier tonight (Monday 2 July, 2018) with the announcement of a $1.6 million kick-start in funding from the Government. Read the full media release.
Major funding announced today (Wednesday 8 August, 2018) from Predator Free 2050 Limited brings Wellington a step closer to becoming the world’s first predator free capital city. Read the full media release.
Waiheke is on track to become the world’s first predator-free urban island, following an exciting initiative launched on the island today (Sunday 16 September, 2018). Read the full media release.
In Dunedin this morning (Wednesday 3 October, 2018), 130 guests from 20 organisations joined Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage to celebrate the launch of Predator Free Dunedin. Read the full media release.
D’Urville Island is set to become stoat free after the signing of agreements between an island-based trust and funders earlier this month (Tuesday 14 April 2020). Read the full media release.