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Puke
Understanding Māori values to guide forest management

5 December 2018 - News items

Understanding and balancing community values associated with managing a forest is a challenge facing a Māori group in…

Bark Beetle
Predicting pests before they arrive

5 December 2018 - News items

A new tool that predicts which pest insects are likely to invade New Zealand will help us get…

Janice Lord
Scientists striving for easy-grow forests

5 December 2018 - News items

Researchers are developing a customised seed-mix that can be planted to grow large-scale forests of native vegetation as…

Critical research to be accelerated

20 November 2018 - News items

We're focused on making significant and rapid progress to fight myrtle rust and kauri dieback following new funding.…

Dr Louise Weaver (ESR) and Joseph Thomas (Tasman District Council)
Cleaning up waterways – naturally

8 November 2018 - News items

The unsung heroes of our groundwater system – bacteria and tiny invertebrates – could hold the key to…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…


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