We all want our native plants and wildlife to flourish – we know it’s essential for the health of people and the planet.

Aotearoa is in the midst of a biodiversity crisis, with the highest rate of threatened indigenous species in the world. We can and need to do more. 

Join former Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage in discussion with Predator Free Wellington Project Director James Willcocks and fellow Green MP Julie Anne Genter as they consider the next steps of the predator free movement. 

From the predator free 2050 goal, to how a movement that starts in your backyard can help save the planet – come along and be part of the conversation.

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