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Grandmother buys 12 rat traps for Christmas presents

our natural resource and environment, and teaching them to be conservationists,” she says. Other Taranaki residents who want to give the gift of biodiversity this Christmas can get a $10 rat-trap and box from a New Plymouth pop-up shop. The Towards Predator-Free Taranaki pop up shop is on the corner of Devon St and Liardet Street. It is open from: 9am to 5pm weekdays 10am-2pm Saturday 9am to 12pm Friday December 21 and Monday 24 December It opened last week and will close on December 24th so

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Estimation of water quality contaminant loads and the likely effect of riparian fencing in Taranaki Item 4 31 Stream macroinvertebrate community responses to adoption of land management mitigation practices Item 5 56 Submission on Clean Water consultation document Item 6 85 Public perceptions of New Zealand's environment; 2016 Item 7 89 Review of Pest Management in Taranaki: Proposed Regional Pest Management Plan for Taranaki' Section 71 Report' and Biosecurity Strategy 2017-2037

Woodleigh School well on the way to being predator-free

You’re likely to see a number of tui, kererū and other birdlife when you enter the bush next to Woodleigh School, New Plymouth. You may also see weta, lizards and bugs running along the forest floor. The bush is alive with more native wildlife and plants thanks to the work of students and teachers, who have been enhancing biodiversity and increasing predator trapping for just over a year, enabling some species to thrive. Earlier this year Year 3 and 4 students participated in a Bioblitz to

Ordinary Meeting Agenda 28 February 2023

the requirements of the Local Government Act 2002 in relation to decision making. Unless otherwise stated, the recommended option outlined in each report meets the purpose of local government and: • Promote the social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being of communities in the present and for the future. • Would not alter significantly the intended level of service provision for any significant activity undertaken by or on behalf of the Council, or transfer the ownership or

Keeping track of our urban rats

lockdown-affected 2020. Last year it dropped to a pleasing 9.8%. This year we hope to see another decline. Along with analysis of data from Trap.nz, community engagement and monitoring of biodiversity outcomes, this tracking gives us a useful steer on how the project is going and where we need to focus our attention. The lessons we learn also improve how we roll the project out to other towns such as Eltham and Ōpunake, communities already doing great mahi when it comes to protecting our native biodiversity.

Keeping track of our city's rats

lockdown-affected 2020. Last year it dropped to a pleasing 9.8%. This year we hope to see another decline. Along with analysis of data from Trap.nz, community engagement and monitoring of biodiversity outcomes, this tracking gives us a useful steer on how the project is going and where we need to focus our attention. The lessons we learn also improve how we roll the project out to other towns such as Eltham and Ōpunake, communities already doing great mahi when it comes to protecting our native biodiversity.

Enviroschools Taranaki

Coordination role is supported by facilitators who are funded by Stratford District Council, New Plymouth District Council, South Taranaki District Council, Taranaki Regional Council, TSB Community Trust and Kindergarten Taranaki. Find out more on the Taranaki region’s Enviroschools page. See the latest Enviroschools Taranaki newsletters. Zero Waste initiatives in TaranakiOne of the five Enviroschools theme areas is Zero Waste, under which Enviroschools Taranaki runs Boomerang Bag and Plastic Free July

Redeveloping Yarrow Stadium

Our vision: The best regional stadium in New Zealand that regularly hosts local, regional, national, and international sports and entertainment events. Yarrow Stadium is being redeveloped to ensure its stands meet earthquake standards and the venue remains fit for purpose in the post-Covid era and a valued community asset. The venue’s East and West grandstands were declared earthquake-prone and closed in 2017 and 2018. The repair and refurbishment project was approved in 2019 after we sought

Operations and Regulatory Committee Agenda February 23 Part 3

the 20 annual Key Native Ecosystem Biodiversity plans within the Towards Predator free operational areas 31-Jul-22 Not current This is an old milestone that should have been removed for the single area targets at Pukeiti TRC AR4 ANNUAL REPORT due 30-Sep-22 Delayed to December 1st 2022 Commentary See comments within table. 2. Future Indicators, milestones or decision points Code Description Due date Status Comments TRC TEG3 Elimination of possums from Zero

Yarrow Stadium’s new East Stand design revealed as project’s budget updated

original budget was set, we couldn’t have predicted the world we’re living in today with Covid-19 and the Ukraine-Russia war. We know that our community is also feeling the pain of rising prices so we’ve worked hard to mimimise the impact on Taranaki ratepayers and the Yarrow Stadium targeted rate is not changing. “We’ve secured an extra funding of $10m from the Government which has limited the impact on ratepayers, and we have to once again thank the Government for stepping up. The funding arrangement