Biodiversity Hawke's Bay act as the Kaitiaki for the Vision and Goals of the Strategy. A formally constituted group, Biodiversity Hawke's Bay Incorporated Society oversee the work of the Forum and help connect and advise the many agencies and community-based groups working to implement the Strategy. Anyone can join Biodiversity Hawke's Bay and membership benefits include quarterly newsletters, invitation to forum events and networking opportunities with other like minded people. Read the Incorporated Society rules here.
Anyone can join Biodiversity Hawke's Bay and membership benefits include quarterly newsletters, invitation to Forum events and networking opportunities with other like-minded people. There are four tiers of membership - (1) Individual membership, (2) families, schools and marae memberships, (3) small business and Non Government Organisation memberships and (4) Corporate or Agency membership. Find out more about the Strategy Stewardship Group (SSG) which is the governance group for the Incorporated Society.
Your on-going support is invaluable to us. Membership lasts for one year. You should receive an email from us asking you to renew your membership 12 months after you first joined. We'd love to have you with us for another exciting year.
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