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Tauranga Moana Biosecurity Capital
Tauranga Moana Biosecurity Capital

8 November 2018 - News items

Tauranga Moana Biosecurity Capital was launched in November 2018, with support from the BioHeritage Challenge and many other…

Linking biodiversity research to farmers
Linking biodiversity research to farmers

8 November 2018 - News items

The amount of native plant species on New Zealand farms could be hugely boosted if a new initiative…

Kauri Rescue
Effectiveness of phosphite trials to be assessed

8 November 2018 - News items

Property owners involved in Kauri Rescue will soon know whether a phosphite trial they are participating in is…

Training up Stink Bug finders
Training up Stink Bug finders

8 November 2018 - News items

About 2,500 Stink Bugs were intercepted at the New Zealand border in 2017 and last month North Island…

Black Swan egg
Recognising value of cultural harvests

8 November 2018 - News items

The cultural value of black swan eggs was highlighted when three, carrying a symbolic Māori design, were gifted…

Landscape
One DNA extraction method to rule them all

7 November 2018 - News items

In a major step-forward for biodiversity monitoring, researchers have identified a single DNA extraction method for detecting species…

Ngaire Kingsbury
Kauri Rescue’s ‘Super Ambassador’

10 October 2018 - News items

Getting phosphite kits out into the community to help people treat kauri dieback on their properties is the…

Primary Sector Workshop
Feeding the future

10 October 2018 - News items

Co-designing research outcomes with industry was discussed at a recent Science Challenge workshop.…

Predator control in Northland
Science Journalism Fund grants awarded

10 October 2018 - News items

Jacqui Gibson has received a $5,000 Aotearoa NZ Science Journalism fund grant, funded by the BioHeritage Challenge.…

Randall Milne
Environment Southland backs app to fight pests

3 September 2018 - News items

Environment Southland is playing a key role in a team overseeing development of a mobile app that will…

Anita Pearson
BioHeritage students’ talent recognised

3 September 2018 - News items

Two early career researchers working on BioHeritage projects had big wins in August 2018 – Anita Pearson with…

Signs of our time
Teaching youth about native plants and animals

3 September 2018 - News items

North Island rangatahi (youth) will soon be testing a new app that aims to connect them with the…


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