Become a Sponsor

Support the Trust - Become a Sponsor

As always the Trust is deeply appreciative of the generous assistance given to it by many funding providers and sponsors.

The Trust would like to thank the following groups who have provided sponsorship.

  • Department of Conservation
  • Horizons Regional Council
  • Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of NZ
  • The Rotary Club of Wanganui North
  • Wanganui Masters Plumbers Association
  • Wanganui Community Foundation
  • NZ Lotteries
  • Horner Fund
  • Whanganui Regional Museum
  • Sarjeant Gallery
  • Forest and Bird Wanganui Branch
  • WWWF NZ Habitat Protection Fund
  • Biodiversity Protection NZ Inc
  • Powerco Trust
  • NZ Oil & Gas South Taranaki
  • Project Crimson
  • NZ Community Post
  • Whanganui Pac n Save
  • Whanganui Countdown
  • Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund
  • NZ Safety
  • Taronga Conservation Society Australia
  • Kiwi Webs
  • Treadwell Gordon
  • Moore Stephens Markhams
  • QEII
  • Weedbusters
  • Massey University
  • Unison Trust
  • Animal Control Products Ltd - Whanganui
  • Transpower / Landcare Trust
  • Pacific Development and Conservation Trust
  • Origin Pacific
  • McDonald Equipment Ltd
  • Wanganui Aero Work Ltd

If you think you or your business can provide support to the Trust we invite you to make contact and discuss the options we have. Corporate sponsors gain recognition through being able to:

  • Use the Trust logo on publications
  • Recognition in the Trust newsletter
  • Promotional opportunities to Trust members or at Trust events
To find out more about becoming a sponsor, please contact:

The Treasurer

Bushy Park Trust

PO Box 741
Whanganui 4540

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Other ways you can support the Trust include:

Bushy Park Newsletter

The August 2014 Bushy Park newsletter has been added. (PDF - 711 kb)
For previous copies, click here.

News from The Bush

Hihi/Stitchbird translocation:
A new publication is available for download. The report into the Translocation of the Stitchbird can be downloaded by clicking here. (PDF: 4.1MB). Updates on the Hihi translocation can be viewed on our new page by clicking here.
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