The Network is supported in its work by a range of sponsors. If you would like to become a sponsor follow the link below or join the Network:
Current Network sponsors are:
Coastlands Plant Nursery
Coastlands Plant Nursery is NZ's largest grower of coastal dune plants. Our specially built facilities allow us to propagate grow and supply coastal natives for large environmental projects, Coastcare groups, councils and private landowners. We are passionate about the restoration of our vulnerable coastlines and are proud to be involved the preservation of NZ's future by supporting the NZPCN website.
Kiwiherb specialises in 100% natural, premium herbal health products for the whole family. Kiwiherb is unique in embracing the wisdom of Rongoa (Maori herbal medicine), incorporating a number of sustainably sourced New Zealand native herbs, carefully selected for their time-honoured medicinal use, to add unique healing properties to many of the Kiwiherb products. A donation is made to the Network from each sale of these products.
MWH New Zealand Ltd
MWH is an employee-owned and client-focussed company recognised as global leaders in infrastructure development and management. Their NZ team is 700 strong and growing including many specialists who are internationally recognised as leaders in their fields.
Department of Conservation
The New Zealand Department of Conservation is the government department charged with conserving New Zealand's natural and historic heritage for all to enjoy now and in the future.
Terrestrial and Freshwater Biodiversity Information System (TFBIS)
The Terrestrial and Freshwater Biodiversity Information System (TFBIS) Programme supports the conservation of New Zealand's indigenous biodiversity, by increasing awareness of and access to fundamental data and information about terrestrial and freshwater biota and biodiversity. The Programme is one of a number of new programmes that reflects Government's commitment to achieving the goals of the New Zealand Biodiversity Strategy (NZBS).
This page last updated on 20 Oct 2014