Tranche 2 investment updates, an international indigenous hui taumata and more . . .
Month: November 2019
The pathogen causing myrtle rust might be tiny, but it’s effects could impact carbon, water and nutrient cycles at both the plant and ecosystem levels.
An International Indigenous Biosecurity Network will be established thanks to a hui taumata (conference) bringing together experts from around the globe.
There’s still plenty of local community interest about the research and management of myrtle rust.
Four new projects are underway within Ngā Rākau Taketake that address key science priorites identified in the kauri dieback and myrtle rust strategic science plans.
The Ngā Rākau Taketake (NRT) scoping group pitched their Investment Prospectus to a ‘dragons den’ earlier in the month, receiving lots of positive and constructive feedback.