WINNING PROJECTS FOR 2022
Five projects were selected in the third funding round which closed April 2022:
Applications will be invited for the next round of funding in early 2023.
Whakatipu Kaitiaki (Raising Future Kaitiaki) programme
Funding received from Pan Pac Environmental Trust has given the Ahuriri Hapū an opportunity to enrich the lives of 50 Rangatahi and their whānau.
Pest and predator control at Lake Opouahi
Funding towards pest and predator control to protect kiwi at the Lake Opouahi sanctuary run by ECOED.
Te Wai Mauri Trust
Te Wai Mauri Trust has established a nursery adjacent to Waiōhiki Marae. The goal is to build the capabilities of the nursery to produce up to 100,000 seedlings within a three-year timeframe.
This project aims to increase the propagation of the endangered Kākābeak/Ngutukākā through the development of a regional urban seed bank to encourage urban dwellers to plant Ngutukākā in their backyards.
Te Huka Waiohinganga (Esk) River Care Group
The establishment of a native plant nursery by Te Huka Waiohinganga (Esk) River Care Group and Maungaharuru-Tangitū Trust that aims to produce up to 10,000 plants a year for local regeneration projects.
PREVIOUS WINNING PROJECTS
Forest Lifeforce Restoration Trust - 2021
The Forest Lifeforce Restoration Trust is a Charitable Trust established in 2006 to oversee ecological restoration work across 23,000ha of privately owned land, within the Hawke’s Bay hinterland.
Ōtātara Outdoor Learning Centre workshops - 2020
A focus on the future, including sustainability, is a core principle of the New Zealand curriculum across all levels of education.