Minister increases conservation board
Hon Kate Wilkinson
28 November 2012
increases conservation board
Kate Wilkinson is increasing the size of the
Taranaki/Whanganui Conservation Board from eight members to
“Two additional members will increase the
current knowledge, experience and skill base the board,”
Ms Wilkinson says.
“This region has some of our most
diverse and stunning conservation areas in the country.
“By increasing the board by two members this will help
with the significant work starting shortly on developing the
Tongariro Whanganui Taranaki Conservation Management
Strategy and the review of the Egmont National Park
Nominations open on 28th of
November 2012 and close on 25 January 2013.
Appointments will take effect from 1 July 2013 for a term
of up to three years.
Appointees must have a genuine
and proven interest in conservation. People who live within
the Taranaki/Whanganui Conservation Board region will
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