The Hawke’s Bay Biodiversity Strategy was launched in March 2016. At the launch, and subsequently, organisations and individuals from across Hawke's Bay were invited to sign The Accord.
The Accord is a living document - anyone who is passionate about biodiversity and wants to share the vision can sign up at any time.
Accountable Partners are typically organisations who have statutory responsibilities, or organisations whose core purposes is to deliver biodiversity outcomes.
Central HB District Council
Department of Conservation
Forest Lifeforce Restoration Trust
Guthrie Smith Trust
Hawke's Bay Regional Council
Hawke's Bay Federated Farmers
Napier City Council
Ngatapa Station Ltd
Plant Hawke's Bay Ltd
Te Taiao Hawke's Bay Environment Forum
Supporting Partners are typically organisations whose core functions are to deliver biodiversity outcomes. They commit to support Accountable Partners to deliver objectives and outcomes set by the Strategy.
The Conservation Company
The Family Farm – Mangarata
Fish & Game
Forest & Bird
Fresh Air Forests - Habitat Biodiversity & Pest Management Ltd
HB Forestry Group
Hohepa Hawke's Bay
NZ Institute of Landscape Architects - HB Manawatu Branch
Pan Pac Forest Products Ltd
QEII National Trust
Ruud Kleinpaste - Ambassador "Cape to City"
Sustaining Hawke's Bay Trust - Environment Centre
Friends are mainly individuals or groups of individuals who, by signing the Accord, want to show their commitment to work together with Accountable and Supporting Partners. Individuals who sign up are listed with the name of the group they are affiliated with where applicable, but this does not necessarily represent the views of their organisation.
Isabel Morgan (Forest & Bird – Napier)
Helen Morgan (Forest & Bird – Napier)
Aki Paipper (Kohupatiki Marae, Operation Pātiki)
Alan Burke - Sturm's Gully 'Mayor'
Alan Dick (HBRC Councillor)
Sharleen Baird (Te Taiao Environment Forum/CHB Forest & Bird)
Jo Blakely (EIT)
Amelia McQueen (EIT)
Federated Farmers, Gisborne/Wairoa
Neil Eagles (Forest & Bird – Napier)
Christine Hardie (Heretaunga Tramping Club)
Tania Huata (Owhaoko C Trust)
Mona Stewart (Owhaoko C Trust)
Bronwyn Dyer (Taradale High School)
Jenny Baker (Te Taiao Environment Forum)
Tim Mciir (Hohepa Hawke's Bay)
Aaron Garnham Pitcher (Hohepa Hawke's Bay)
Heather Harper (Hohepa Hawke's Bay)
Aiden Jean (Hohepa Hawke's Bay)
Rex Leach (Hohepa Hawke's Bay)
Clinton (Hohepa Hawke's Bay)
Sam (Hohepa Hawke's Bay)
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