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TFBT Strategic Plan

TFBT Strategic Plan The Board of Trustees has approved and issued its Strategic Plan through the year 2020 The plan covers our mission and vision, situational analysis, strategic focus areas and goals and objectives. Click the below link to read the full...

Pest-free plans taking shape

Plans by The Forest Bridge Trust to establish a pest free connected landscape, west of Tawharanui Regional Park, are making progress, with a project coordinator appointed, pest control workshops planned and wildlife monitoring due to start. The initial focus will be...

Three years in, how realistic is our Predator-Free 2050 goal?

It’s just over three years since the Predator Free 2050 goal was announced, with the aim of restoring New Zealand’s spectacular bird chorus. When he announced it, then Prime Minister John Key described it as “the most ambitious conservation project anywhere in the...

The Forest Bridge bringing kiwi to back-yards

Two former farmers who've discovered that paperwork is the key to conservation success are making great strides towards their ambitious plan - a bridge of  bird-filled forest connecting the east and west coasts across the top of Auckland. Gill and Kevin Adshead spoke...

Predator Free NZ Website

The CatchIT Schools programe is showcased on the Predator Free NZ website as they talk about children using innovative techniques to catch pests. See article.

CatchIT Schools wins Mayoral Award

The Forest Bridge Trust’s CatchIT Schools programme has been announced as the winner of the 2018 Auckland Council Mayoral Awards, schools category. The programme is a collaboration between The Forest Bridge Trust and Auckland University, bringing STEM subjects to life...