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Te Manahuna Aoraki Conservation Project Launched in South Island

NEXT Foundation is one of the investors in the Te Manahuna Aoraki conservation project - which will eliminate pests and predators from the Upper McKenzie Basin and Aoraki Mount Cook National Park. The project covers an area three times the size of Auckland and will help protect the biodiversity of some of New Zealand’s most stunning landscape and threatened birds. 

Project Chair Jan Wright discusses the new environmental initiative and who is involved, in this interview on Radio New Zealand.

Tuesday, November 06, 2018

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NEXT Foundation is one of the investors in the Te Manahuna Aoraki conservation project - which will eliminate pests and predators from the Upper McKenzie Basin and Aoraki Mount Cook National Park. The project covers an area three times the size of Auckland and will help protect the biodiversity of some of New Zealand’s most stunning landscape and threatened birds. 

Project Chair Jan Wright discusses the new environmental initiative and who is involved, in this interview on Radio New Zealand.