Collecting and storing seeds is a way of potentially saving native trees from extinction, and Whanganui iwi are now joining the charge.
Month: July 2018
More than 200 landowners have signed up to a community-led programme that’s aiming to save the iconic kauri.
Glenice Paine’s appointment to our Governance Group strengthens our commitment to Te Ao Māori perspectives and values
Disrupting waterways may hold the key to long-term stream restoration.
Researchers are collecting DNA information from one of our most threatened freshwater fish – the Canterbury mudfish (kōwaro) – in an effort to make it more resilient to future environmental change.
BioHeritage’s James Russell has received a Society for Conservation Biology Oceania section distinguished service award.
Eight recommendations on how we can help increase the benefits of large-scale native restorations on private land.