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Join our mission and become a
biosecurity champion

We need your help!

​The University of Canterbury is trying to understand the New Zealand community’s awareness and motivations around biosecurity and looking for ways to improve pest reporting and communications around biosecurity.

You’re invited to complete a short anonymous online survey.

It will take less than 20 minutes to complete, and all information collected will remain anonymous.

 

As a thank-you for taking the time to complete the survey, you will have the option at the end to go in the draw to win one of ten $50 New World vouchers. prizes will be drawn on Monday 22nd July

The free Find-A-Pest app makes it easy to report and identify any possible pest species you find.
 
Wherever you are - you can help protect New Zealand's primary industries and native species in two easy steps - SNAP IT - SEND IT

Download the app today!
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KO TĀTOU
THIS IS US

We’re guardians.

We’re kaitiaki.

We’re all responsible for protecting Aotearoa from pests and diseases.

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PROTECT NZ'S PRIMARY PRODUCERS
TO SAFEGUARD OUR FOOD AND ECONOMY

Early detection is our best defense when the world's worst pests arrive at our doorstep.

Join us.

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KEEP OUR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT SAFE FROM WEEDS AND PESTS

Most of the worst environmental weeds are still spreading through NZ. Help councils and Department of Conservation to keep your special places free of new weeds by letting us know when you spot something.

SNAP IT - SENT IT
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