Although many of the elements that made 2020 such a testing year globally are still with us, I can't help feeling more optimistic about 2021. There's a sense of new hope. At the very least, humanity has a better understanding of the challenges we face.
TET's new year has kicked off with a series of exciting new starts. This newsletter is one of them. Every quarter, we'll curate the most interesting community conservation stories from our website and the wider movement in Aoteara New Zealand and share them with you. Please feel free to share with your networks.
And speaking of our website—that's new too! In the second half of last year we commissioned a brand new, shiny, fit-for-purpose site that we believe better serves our function as a community conservation hub. We launched without fanfare on 23 December but now it's time to shout the news from the rooftops! You'll find it at the same address: https://www.tet.org.nz so please check it out, bookmark it, share it and let us know what you think.
Wishing you joy and success in 2021.
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"A fun day with plenty of laughs!"
In early December the Nelson staff of T&G Global partnered up with Battle for the Banded Rail for a day tidying up plantings on the Bronte Peninsula.