$90k for conservation

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Kiwi innovators from the Bay of Plenty could win a share of $90,000 to develop ideas that benefit conservation, in a new national awards scheme launched yesterday.

The first WWF-New Zealand Conservation Innovation Awards seeks to showcase novel and effective ways to support communities to protect and restore the country's unique biodiversity.

First prize in each of three categories - product, project and research - is a $25,000 grant, with three runner-up grants of $5000 each.

- Bay of Plenty Times

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