2022 Conservation Grants

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Building traps
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Success Story

The 2022 funding round for the WWF-New Zealand Conservation and Education Fund closed in September. We received applications from many exciting community and educational projects, unfortunately more than we could fund.
 
The Allocation panel had a very tough job selecting 18 projects. 
 
2022 receipents 
 
1. The Halo Project (Source to Sea)
2. Ngāi Tahu Māori Rock Art Charitable Trust
3. Tasman Environmental Trust
4. Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust
5. Whenua Iti Outdoors
6. Bushy Park Trust
7. Pukaha Mount Bruce Board
8. Kaharoa Kokako Trust
9. Burnside Primary School
10. Biological Husbandry Unit Organics Trust
11. WAI Wānaka
12. ECOED Trust
13. Bream Head Te Whara Conservation Trust
14. Mountains To Sea Wellington Trust
15. Pauanui Dune Protection Society
16. Weed Action Native Habitat Restoration Trust
17. Native Bird Rescue Charitable Trust
18. Whitebait Connection 
 
Congratulations to all successful applicants. WWF-New Zealand provides this funding to communities and environmental educators in partnership with The Tindall Foundation.