Predator Free Hauraki Coromandel Community Trust

is deeply appreciative of the endorsement and support

from the following organisations…

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Natasha Haywood | Acting Director, Operations   "The community led approach and strategic planning Predator Free Hauraki Coromandel has developed aligns well with national predator free targets, interim milestones and with the draft DOC WRC Predator Free 2050 Strategy. We have been impressed by their motivation, level of organisation and strong desire to achieve measurable Predator Free outputs."

Natasha Haywood | Acting Director, Operations

"The community led approach and strategic planning Predator Free Hauraki Coromandel has developed aligns well with national predator free targets, interim milestones and with the draft DOC WRC Predator Free 2050 Strategy. We have been impressed by their motivation, level of organisation and strong desire to achieve measurable Predator Free outputs."

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Alan Livingstone | Chairman Vaughan Payne | CEO   "At about 230,000 hectares the Peninsula constitutes a 'bold step up' in the scale of eradication operations. Lessons learnt and capacity developed as part of this project will be valuable in the initiation and refinement of projects elsewhere. Important social and economic outcomes can also be anticipated."

Alan Livingstone | Chairman Vaughan Payne | CEO

"At about 230,000 hectares the Peninsula constitutes a 'bold step up' in the scale of eradication operations. Lessons learnt and capacity developed as part of this project will be valuable in the initiation and refinement of projects elsewhere. Important social and economic outcomes can also be anticipated."

Michelle Impey | Executive Director   "It has been incredible to witness the evolution of community-led conservation projects to the sophisticated, well-managed organisations that are now present on the Coromandel Peninsula. This is a region that has responded with incredible professionalism and collaboration to the announcement of PF2050."

Michelle Impey | Executive Director

"It has been incredible to witness the evolution of community-led conservation projects to the sophisticated, well-managed organisations that are now present on the Coromandel Peninsula. This is a region that has responded with incredible professionalism and collaboration to the announcement of PF2050."

Mike Jebson | CEO   "The collaborative nature of the PFHCCT, formed by its constituent community-based conservation groups, Waikato Regional Council and Department of Conservation, and other strategic partners, means they are well positioned to deliver this bold conservation project. It will be replicable by other communities around the country, inspiring a call to arms for all New Zealanders to protect the species and landscapes we love."

Mike Jebson | CEO

"The collaborative nature of the PFHCCT, formed by its constituent community-based conservation groups, Waikato Regional Council and Department of Conservation, and other strategic partners, means they are well positioned to deliver this bold conservation project. It will be replicable by other communities around the country, inspiring a call to arms for all New Zealanders to protect the species and landscapes we love."

Sandra Goudie | Mayor   "We are excited about your strategic vision and goal for the Hauraki Coromandel to be selected as one of the first, regionally significant predator free projects within New Zealand. We fully support the work being undertaken which we see will bring multiple benefits to our region including enhancing the quality of life for our community and visitors."

Sandra Goudie | Mayor

"We are excited about your strategic vision and goal for the Hauraki Coromandel to be selected as one of the first, regionally significant predator free projects within New Zealand. We fully support the work being undertaken which we see will bring multiple benefits to our region including enhancing the quality of life for our community and visitors."

John Tregidga | MNZM | Mayor   "I am confident that PFHC has the expertise and passion to achieve its goals which have significant potential for sustainable regional development, and align with PFNZ 2050 targeted industries - forestry, agriculture, aquaculture, and tourism. There are work opportunities for youth with a unifying vision for the region."

John Tregidga | MNZM | Mayor

"I am confident that PFHC has the expertise and passion to achieve its goals which have significant potential for sustainable regional development, and align with PFNZ 2050 targeted industries - forestry, agriculture, aquaculture, and tourism. There are work opportunities for youth with a unifying vision for the region."

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MOIRA CURSEY | WAIKATO BIODIVERSITY FORUM   As a network of research and management agencies, iwi groups, private landowners, community groups and NGOs, the Waikato Biodiversity Forum is fully supportive of the Predator Free Hauraki Coromandel initiative.  The future development and implementation of this initiative has brought the conservation community together and is building a strong platform to achieve large scale gains for biodiversity across the Hauraki Coromandel region.

MOIRA CURSEY | WAIKATO BIODIVERSITY FORUM

As a network of research and management agencies, iwi groups, private landowners, community groups and NGOs, the Waikato Biodiversity Forum is fully supportive of the Predator Free Hauraki Coromandel initiative.  The future development and implementation of this initiative has brought the conservation community together and is building a strong platform to achieve large scale gains for biodiversity across the Hauraki Coromandel region.

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PHOTOGRAPHIC ACCREDITATION   We are also sincerely grateful to the following talented photographers who have generously contributed their work to this project.  They have captured the essence of the Hauraki Coromandel’s majestic landscapes; its splendid isolation; and its complex and precious wildlife. Their powerful imagery evokes a sense of place that deeply touches the hearts and minds of its people and will hopefully inspire a widespread movement for a predator free Hauraki Coromandel.

PHOTOGRAPHIC ACCREDITATION

We are also sincerely grateful to the following talented photographers who have generously contributed their work to this project.  They have captured the essence of the Hauraki Coromandel’s majestic landscapes; its splendid isolation; and its complex and precious wildlife. Their powerful imagery evokes a sense of place that deeply touches the hearts and minds of its people and will hopefully inspire a widespread movement for a predator free Hauraki Coromandel.

 

 

Ian Preece | Seascape Photgraphic Adventures

 

Tom Miles | Zoomology

 

Marti Friedlander

WaitaIa Beach & Coromandel 1966

 

www.thecoromandel.com

RACHEL STEWART

 

Mahakirau Forest Estate

Sara & kathy smerdon | tim & jude hooson

 

Project Kiwi Trust

 

Moehau Environment Group

Natalie Munns | Katharina Hecht | 

Raine Williams |Terry Whitehouse

 

Motutapu Restoration Trust

Bridget Winstone