Predator free projects receive new funding - April 2021
Predator Free 2050 Limited has announced new investments in predator free projects around the country.
Existing projects in Taranaki, Waiheke and Dunedin, a new project in Te Urewera, and a feasibility study on Aotea Great Barrier Island will benefit from funding through the Jobs for Nature (Mahi mō te Taiao) programme.
DOC is the Government agency charged with conserving New Zealand’s natural and historic heritage.
DOC's vision is for New Zealand to be the greatest living space on Earth | Kāore he wāhi i tua atu i a Aotearoa, hei wahi noho i te ao.
Visit their website below to find out more;
DOC have also published this very useful guide titled ' A Practical Guide to Trapping' , October 2019
Predator Free 2050
Predator Free 2050 Limited is a Crown-owned, charitable company established to help deliver the New Zealand government’s ambitious goal of eradicating possums, stoats and rats by 2050.
Forest & Bird
Forest & Bird is New Zealand’s leading independent conservation organisation — protecting wildlife and wild places, on land and in the sea.
OSPRI is a partnership between primary industries and the government, and manages two national programmes – NAIT and TBfree. NAIT provides the national animal identification and traceability system and TBfree aims to eradicate bovine TB from New Zealand.
Bionet connects information about pests and disease in New Zealand in one place.
The Bionet website was funded to provide best practice biosecurity information for all New Zealanders by connecting information across the biosecurity system. The aim, in support of the government’s Biosecurity 2025 initiative, is to grow New Zealand’s capability in biosecurity, to help protect our country from invasive pests and diseases and to connect together professionals working in the pest management space.
Pest Management Strategies by Regional Councils
- Northland Regional Pest Management Plan 2017-2027
- Auckland Regional Pest Management Plan 2019-2029
- Waikato Regional Pest Management Plan 2014-2024
- Hawkes Bay Regional Pest Management Strategy 2018-2038