Brazilian beetles could help control a common weed and regenerate native forest, according to a recent report led by Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research.
Month: December 2019
This summer could tell the Cape to City team if their efforts to control feral cats have paid off.
Mātauranga Māori received long-overdue time in the spotlight in early December, at the launch of a special edition of the New Zealand Journal of Ecology (NZJE).
Matua Tahae (Jim) Doherty received a fond farewell from working life and his role as Chair of the Tūhoe Tuawhenua Trust in late October.
The scoping and design process for Tranche 2 is now complete and we have several new projects underway . . .
An update on Tranche 2, a fond farewell, tackling toxoplasmosis and more . . .
Our current position is that gene drives and/or other GE technologies will potentially be useful for the eradication of pests in New Zealand – pests that are devastating many of our precious native birds, bats and insects. However, a great deal of research and understanding, as well as public acceptance, is required before such technologies […]