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On Saturday the 15th December the inaugural Conservation Festival was held in Paihia at the Village Green. 30 + Conservation groups, DOC, Councils and Key Industries attended to showcase what they have been up to in the last year and to share information and ideas on how we can protect and restore New Zealand in the years to come.
It wasn’t all work, with the band playing and ‘possages’, wild boar and sweet bread to keep us going. Vito the Argentine Ant sniffing Conservation dog in training also joined us for the day (some of you might have met him at the Key Industries office in Paul Matthews Rd, Rosedale)
Well done New Zealand, looking forward to Pest Free 2050!
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