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Indigenous Biodiversity Workshop: Monitoring Flora and Fauna on Your Property

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Understanding what indigenous flora and fauna exists on your property helps to foster biodiversity and protect threatened species on your property.

Join Ron Bull, Dr David Norton, Simon Stokes and Ash Rabel in this hands on workshop that will give you an overview of on-farm biodiversity, take you through monitoring protocols that will help you identify your natives, track changes over time, and fulfil regulatory reporting requirements.

This will be followed by a discussion on bi-cultural perspectives of managing biodiversity with our panel in a Q&A with the audience.

The workshop covers bird counts, vegetation photo points, aquatic health, eDNA sampling and visual soil assessments.

rural, peri-urban, and urban landowners and managers.

The Wao Summit is a six day annual event held in Wānaka. Its aim is to inspire, educate and enable our transition as a community and nation to a healthy, thriving, diverse, carbon zero community. 

This event is part of the Wao Summit 2021, check out the full programme here.

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In the case of Covid-19 alert level changes, this event will be activated online as a virtual session. All events that can be run in person will be. Visit our website for full details of our Covid-19 Policy

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