Predator Free Wellington has released its impact report for 2019/20.

Project director James Willcocks says “In a year of a global pandemic, predator free mahi has proven it’s not only good for the environment, it’s strengthening our communities, improving our health and wellbeing and it’s good for our economy. It’s making people’s lives better.”

“The outcomes we’ve highlighted in this report are made possible by the tremendous support from our communities – our 50+ trapping group leads, the tens of thousands of Wellington trappers, 20,000+ Miramar Peninsula residents, local businesses, and of course our foundation partners, NEXT Foundation, Greater Wellington Regional Council, Wellington City Council and Predator Free 2050 Ltd — together we are creating something epic!”

Read report here.