We support several programmes throughout the country to help achieve the goal of making NZ predator free by 2050.
Predator Free Apprenticeship Programme
The Predator Free Apprentice programme aims to grow the number of experienced animal pest control specialists around the country, to support the goal of a predator free New Zealand. The programme provides a career path for people wanting to work in predator control and will increase the capacity and capability of the sector. Find out more.
Predator Free Communities
We know that caring for and protecting our natural environment is key to our future. We’ve helped support over 66 predator free communities across New Zealand to get involved and help create safe habitat for our native species. Find out who’s involved and how you can be too.
Predator Free Schools
Our schools programme has a focus on teaching kids about what makes NZ’s native species special and how introduced predators impact their survival. It also encourages them to take collective action for the care of the environment.
We have over 51 schools spread between Northland and Bluff and they include a range of rural and urban, primary and secondary. Find out more.
Predator Free Holiday Parks
We work closely with the Holiday Parks Association to enable its 300 member parks to help create predator free habitat for NZ’s native wildlife in and around their grounds to help our native species to thrive. Find out more.