Wink the dog next to some velvet lead hes found 1200 x 720


Beware velvetleaf – and the dog sniffing it out

Wink the dog is being trained to find a serious cropping weed called velvetleaf.

Alby Marsh with Reon Tuanau visiting Mauao the Mount 1200 x 720


Alby Marsh – bringing people together to fight myrtle rust

Alby Marsh has spent his life building relationships. Now he is working with researchers and communities to build relationships and solutions that will help in the fight against myrtle rust.

Tame Malcolm 1200 x 720


Thomas (Tame) Malcolm - Biosecurity is in his nature

From culling wild goats to decimating invasive river weed, one Kiwi is combining his passion for the land with hard graft and te ao Māori.

Supreme Award winners Miraka with Penny Nelson head of Biosecurity NZ ...


Biosecurity champions honoured at 2020 awards night

The winners of the New Zealand Biosecurity awards represent some of Aotearoa’s most outstanding biosecurity efforts.

Culex quinquefasciatus Stephen Dogget


Citizen scientists needed to catch and dispatch mosquitoes

You can help scientists understand more about mosquitoes in New Zealand.

Rotokare Sanctuary and surrounds by Tim Hardwick Smith 1440 x 350


Inspiring a region - the Rotokare Scenic Reserve Trust

A community led award-winning success story.

Friends of Waiwhetu Stream Volunteers at work 1000 x 690


A unique result for Friends of Waiwhetū Stream

Against the odds neighbourhood volunteers rehabilitate their local stream.

Kerikeri Kindergarten group photo 1200 x 720


Giving tamariki the space to “fall in love” with nature

Kerikeri Kindergarten's award winning ngahere programme, based on a native bush block, is teaching children the importance of kaitiakitanga.

St Paul students learning about honey 1200 x 720


St Paul's Collegiate School - 2020 New Zealand Biosecurity Award (Kura) winners

St Paul’s Collegiate School in Hamilton has committed to taking the lead to meet primary industry needs by growing the talent, skills and abilities of all New Zealand students to better.