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Name Change to Resource Advisory Group

Legal Issues Force Name Change to Resource Advisory Group

"Maintainable Agriculture & Forestry" has had to change its name due to legal issues with its web domain (initials of our original name.co.nz) being in conflict with the initials of the New Zealand Governmental Ministry in charge of Agriculture and Forestry.

Now we are "Mutual Existence Forever" with the new domain of www.mef.co.nz.

We are still able to accomplish our mission statement:

"Protecting the whole of New Zealand for generations to come"

We are here to suggest better long term practices that are less detrimental to New Zealand resources, both privately and publicly owned. This includes protection of the often overlooked resource - people. After all without people what is New Zealand?

We are reviewing the Hamilton eradication programme showing its progress and faults, with a recommended course of action that would have minimised the negative impact while still protecting New Zealand Bio-security

We are an organisation made up of proud New Zealanders who want to do what they can to help make New Zealand fit for generations to come.


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