The goal of being a Predator Free Aotearoa by 2050 is an ambitious one. The predator free vision involves many communities, organisations and people that are all working towards making New Zealand a place where our unique native species can thrive.
The tohu is a symbol that aims to encompass our combined mahi and recognise we are contributing to a collective vision. The tohu is owned by no one and is free for anyone to use as they want.
Artist Tyronne Ohia has created this tohu after working with a range of stakeholders and Te papa atawhai (the Department of Conservation).
We think Tyronne has done a great job and we love this symbol that encompasses everyone working towards a predator free New Zealand.
If you’d like a stencil of the tohu to put on your traps, email us.