Risk of Phytophthora highlighted at dedicated symposium

Kauri Rescue project lead Dr Ian Horner (Plant & Food Research) says fifteen years ago this would never have been possible.…

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Priority research investment: Māori-led research

Social-ecological systems are a crucial element in the long-term preservation of our taonga species and ecosystems, so our aim is…

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Priority research investment: Surveillance

In order to know the full effect of kauri dieback and myrtle rust we must closely observe them as they…

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Taking a look at the sex life of myrtle rust

The invasive pathogen infects native New Zealand trees in the Myrtaceae family, such as pōhutukawa and mānuka, causing dieback and…

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Kauri Rescue going strong after new lease on life

Initially supported by the BioHeritage Challenge, Kauri Rescue was set up to help treat kauri dieback on private property during…

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Scoping group members

We have brought together some of the brightest minds from around New Zealand to form our scoping groups

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Stage One scoping group timeline

Many groups have already begun the scoping process. If you would like to register as being a stakeholder that members…

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A guide to BioHeritage scoping groups

What are scoping groups? Our scoping groups are made up of 8-10 people who represent a range of relevant research…

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Giving our fledglings a voice

An Early Career Scoping Group (ECSG) has been created to enable BioHeritage associates to develop their skills and empower their voices in Tranche 2.

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Signing up to our monthly eNewsletter is the perfect way to stay up-to-date with Challenge happenings – click the links…

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