The Kauri Seed Programme has been established to mentor and encourage undergraduate ecologists in the early stages of their ecological careers so they will become involved in the study and application of ecological science in New Zealand. The programme was established in 2010 as the first initiative of the Kauri Fund. Kauri Seed Programme Scholarships will be granted each year to undergraduate ecologists to enable them to attend the New Zealand Ecological Society’s conference and student day. During the conference students will be allocated post-graduate student mentors who will help them get the most out of the conference. Students will not be required to present a paper or poster.


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