Reforestation must be done step-by-step, from the ground up.
Month: April 2019
The One Billion Trees programme and other climate-saving initiatives promise to change Aotearoa’s landscape forever, but how do people feel about it?
An app that’s designed to help every-day kiwis protect our native flora and fauna has had its first prototype released.
The synergy of mātauranga Māori, Western science and storytelling through art was front and centre at a this wānanga in Northland.
The pathogen that causes kauri dieback disease might be harboured and spread through plant nurseries, but a solution may have been found.
An innovative new research stream, Myrtle Rust Programme is set to bolster New Zealand’s ability to respond to plant pathogens.
Effective predator control needs new technologies and tools, so science investment is essential, Says Dr James Buwalda.
While the rest of the country is on a mission to eradicate fluffy, four-legged predators, Julia Schmack is looking at carnivores of a different scale.
A BioHeritage project has inspired the creation of what could be the ultimate biodiversity guide for New Zealand farmers.
Snails could stop freshwater invertebrate populations from recovering, even after the stream habitat has been restored.