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Native species thrive where we live, work and play

Community Engagement

Native species like kiwi and kōkako aren't the only ones who call Hawke's Bay home. Iwi and hapū, landowners, farmers, business owners, young families and retirees make up just part of the diverse human population in this region.

For Cape to City to flourish, it will take the understanding and effort of the community at large to carry our vision into the future. We're dedicated to talking with people like you!  in New Zealand and abroad to help them learn about our work and support the project's vision of returning native species to our landscape.

Where can you find us sharing our story? Check out some of the resources below:

  • We reach out to local, regional and national news outlets on a regular basis to celebrate translocations, promote community events and spread the word about project breakthroughs. Keep an eye out for the latest by visiting our News page. 

  • We update our Facebook page on a regular basis with links to project news, photos and accomplishments. 'Like' us to stay in touch!

  • 'Like' the Facebook page for our sister project, Poutiri Ao ō Tāne, to stay up-to-date with the conservation work taking place in the Maungaharuru-Tūtira catchment in northern Hawke's Bay. (Learn more about Poutiri Ao ō Tāne's connection to Cape to City here.)

  • Read the latest edition of our e-newsletter to get a broader overview of the work our project does throughout the year. Don't forget to sign up to have a copy delivered straight to your inbox!

  • Interested in getting more involved? Sign up as a Volunteer or visit our Donate page to learn how you can help support our project.

Education

Inspiring our young people the future decision-makers of New Zealand is the goal of Cape to City's dedicated Education team. We've worked closely with schools throughout the region to help spread our project's vision. Through these partnerships, many Hawke's Bay students have already had the opportunity to see a wild kiwi in its natural habitat or let bush wetas crawl up their arms!

Are you a teacher who's keen to help bring biodiversity into your classroom? Check out our online educational resources to learn more — including how to work directly with the Cape to City team!  

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