On 21 June 2021, about 25 adults and children assembled in the Auckland Art Gallery | Toi o Tāmaki’s Todd Foundation Creative Learning Centre to participate in an immersive art and science workshop.
Month: October 2021
‘How to talk about co-governance of our bioheritage’ is a short guide for communicators and advocates of environmental management and policy.
To understand how susceptible our myrtle species are to other strains of myrtle rust, researchers investigated the susceptibility of four indigenous myrtle species to the South African strain of myrtle rust.
The Myrtle Rust Risk Prediction platform is here! A massive inter-agency effort has resulted in the first digital tool that allows for the prediction of myrtle rust risk on a site-by-site basis.
We are excited to announce that each of the seven Ngā Rākau Taketake research themes now has a video that highlights and showcases our important work.
Penny Payne has joined the BioHeritage whānau as co-lead of the Eco-index programme. Find out more about her and what she brings to the team.