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Executive director of The Kiwi Trust and member of Kiwi Recovery Group Michelle Impey, is proud to be helping save the national icon of her adopted home.
Inspiring people to support great causes is what gets Sarah Nutbrown out of bed in the morning and she’s delighted to be able to play her part in ensuring the future of kiwi
Paul O’Shea is excited to be helping achieve the vision of Kiwis for kiwi as full-time administrator.
Morgan Cox’s role with The Kiwi Trust aims to strengthen the role tāngata whenua play in kiwi conservation in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Wendy Sporle has been an active conservationist for three decades, and for more than half of that time she has been helping save kiwi.
Clea Gardiner's role with the The Kiwi Trust is firmly focused on supporting Northland community-led kiwi projects based on private land
During a couple of decades of sponsorship and major events work, Ross has been lucky enough to work with Michelle, Paul and the trustees of Kiwis for kiwi on multiple of occasions.