For the first time in Hawke’s Bay’s history, people and agencies involved in biodiversity, ecology and environmental work have partnered together to take stock of the region’s biodiversity and how it can be improved.
Join with the partners at the launch of the new regional Biodiversity Strategy for Hawke’s Bay.
Hear from inspiring keynote speaker Ruud Kleinpaste, and from John McLennan on his grass-roots project experience and what we can achieve by working together.
At this event, organisations with a role in biodiversity are also asked to sign an Accord committing to the strategy and its long-term vision of working together. The goal is for Hawke’s Bay’s biodiversity to be ‘enhanced, healthy and functioning’.
Hawke’s Bay Regional Council Maori Committee Chairman, Mike Mohi, says the strategy encourages all of us to take on a kaitiaki role as our commitment to protecting our taonga, the land and waters of our region.
RSVP by 10 March.