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Hawke's Bay Biodiversity Strategy

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Cape to City and its sister project Poutiri Ao ō Tāne are prime examples of the Hawke’s Bay Regional Biodiversity Strategy in action.

Launched in 2016, this strategy was created to drive a long-term positive change in Hawke’s Bay’s biodiversity profile, funding, community engagement and conservation outcomes. The strategy is focused on improving native species populations and habitat in Hawke's Bay as well as supporting introduced species that provide habitat, food and shelter for native species.

The strategy is a multi-stakeholder partnership that incorporates Māori values and the Hawke's Bay community at large. Hawke's Bay residents are encouraged to join the numerous individuals, groups and organisations who are committed to supporting the strategy's vision by signing on to the Biodiversity Accord.

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