Annette Lambly. In a response to a local government official information request from the Whangarei Leader group manager of the council's environmental services Bruce Howse says," a network of predator traps has been established and maintained throughout council's Mt Tiger forest and surrounding areas to protect growing kiwi populations, and other at-risk species.
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Mike is a Forestry graduate from Canterbury University and began his career as a Forester over 35 years ago. We must stop seeing climate change as a future event. Your News is the place for you to save content to read later from any device. Northland ratepayers are funding greater efforts toward fighting kauri dieback after policy changes made by Northland Regional Council. The boost means Northland Regional Council NRC can increase staff numbers to respond to and help manage the disease on private land.
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The Hits. With over 30 years' experience in trade and border management, Roger has also previously served in both Brussels and Washington DC. Auckland Council has a large kauri dieback programme, with significant work programmes across the Biosecurity team as well as through the parks departments.
Share on Google Plus google-plus. Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Jan Wright has said the Government was investing in the Afforestation Grant Scheme to plant carbon-absorbing radiata pine, as well as research into a methane vaccine to reduce biological emissions from agriculture. Sign into your NZ Herald. Taoho is responsible for all environmental scientific work for the Te Roroa rohe.