1 May 2023

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This Annual Report marks our second chapter.  In it we share the adventures, wins, and big ideas that shaped 2022.

In case you missed the beginning, 2021 marked the birth of Bioprotection Aotearoa, a national Centre of Research Excellence (CoRE). Our purpose was clear—to train future bioprotection leaders and dive into groundbreaking, multidisciplinary research to tackle environmental challenges in Aotearoa New Zealand and the Pacific.

This report isn’t just some paperwork—it’s our heart and soul. It’s crafted for those at the grassroots, the stewards of the land, the food producers, the conservation warriors, and the change-makers. It echoes our principles, illustrating our commitment to empowering communities to safeguard their land and manage environmental change.

We’re excited to have you alongside as we advance as a national CoRE, supporting a resilient environment and food security.

Thank you for being an integral part of our journey in safeguarding the productive and natural landscapes of Aotearoa.

Professor Amanda Black

Director of Bioprotection Aotearoa

(Tūhoe, Whakatōhea, Te Whānau ā Apanui)


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Prof Amanda Black

Prof Amanda Black





Lincoln University

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