The Halo Project provides support and guidance to local predator trapping groups beyond the Orokonui Ecosanctuary.
The Halo Project is proud to be a delivery partner of the Predator Free Dunedin initiative launched in early October 2018. Twenty groups have signed on to be part of Predator Free Dunedin; working towards the collective goal of making Dunedin safer for indigenous biodiversity giving them the opportunity to thrive throughout the area.
The Halo Project supports resilient communities by engaging in healthy landscape development within the 55,000 hectares surrounding the Orokonui Ecosanctuary. Community health and wellbeing, lifestyle and economy are all dependent on a healthy natural environment, and it is this underlying principle that drives The Halo Project’s objectives to enhance our natural environment.
THE OBJECTIVES OF THE HALO PROJECT ARE TO:
CONNECT PEOPLE TO THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
Connect people with nature and wise land use, encouraging stewardship and awareness of the natural environment that sustains us.
ENHANCE ECOSYSTEM HEALTH
Manage the health of natural ecosystems, retaining and enhancing their capacity to sustain our communities.
PROTECT NATIVE PLANTS AND ANIMALS
Protect and restore our indigenous biodiversity, cherishing the distinctive character of this area.
Support existing local economies and create livelihoods through community initiatives.
We are pleased to let you know that Andy Thompson Photography NZ is donating time and quality images that go towards supporting the Halo Project and Dunedin Predator Free.
Why support the Halo Project?
Giving back to the local community is part of my photographic purpose. It's not just about taking pretty images. It is about helping our world become a better place. This is one of the many ways I can make a difference in my wider circle of influence, get to know the locals, contribute to a regenerative land for our future generations.