The Outlet Podcast

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Posted 28 June, 2023
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Here's the latest edition of The Outlet Podcast:

 

Following some catastrophic weather events around the country, we've all been thinking about our food supply chains and seeing some empty spaces on supermarket shelves.

Recently WAO has conducted a food resilience survey, talking to the community and various stakeholders in the community, and the results have been released. Julia Blackford updates host Brent Harbour on those results.

www.wao.co.nz

And The Southern Lakes Sanctuary was established in 2021 to unite and expand conservation work in the Queenstown Lakes District. Their focus is on predator control. 

Project director Paul Kavanagh joins Brent to talk about using technology to enhance conservation efforts, including trialling new techniques like environmental DNA and AI monitoring. 

www.southernlakessanctuary.org.nz

 


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