Many minds and hands are needed to achieve a predator free New Zealand, and working collectively means our efforts will go further, faster.
Collaborative groups have been established for each of the six pathways in the strategy to co-ordinate and set the direction for implementation, captured in action plans.
All action plans will be regularly reviewed across the pathways to look for opportunities to align and prioritise activity and track and report on progress.
- Whānau, hapū and iwi expressing kaitiakitanga
- Empowering and inspiring communities to take action
- Supporting the kaupapa through legislation and policy
- Advancing our knowledge, innovation and improvement
- Measuring and assessing the difference we make
- Moving from sustained predator control to eradication