Me whakaohoho me whakamanahia i ngā hapori ki te mahi i te mahi- Empowering and inspiring communities taking action

Steering group members

  • Predator Free 2050 Ltd
  • Regional councils (via biosecurity managers group)
  • City councils representative
  • Forest & Bird
  • Predator Free New Zealand Trust
  • Ministry for Primary Industries
  • Department of Conservation

More and more people are participating in predator control and eradication programmes in the places where they live, work and play. This pathway aims to inspire, empower and support all New Zealanders and their communities to achieve the PF2050 vision.  

The Communities taking action Pathway Action Plan focuses on expanding the reach of PF2050 beyond those already engaged, through communication and education, to inspire a new generation of PF2050 supporters. The Plan describes the development of resources, facilitation of partnerships and improving access to training, technical advice, good practice and funding for community groups.  

Predator Free 2050 is a long-term vision, and ensuring we have long-term commitment of the kaupapa and care for te taiao is at the heart of this work. 

Further detail on this pathway’s outcomes, its milestones and measures of success are set out in the 2020-2025 Pathway Action Plan.