Te Anau social impact survey

We know that 2020 has been a tough year for businesses and residents of Te Anau, so the impact of tourism and its importance to the community is being investigated further with a survey and consultants visiting Te Anau mid-February to talk about recent challenges and what could happen out of this project.

We would like to encourage people to fill out the survey and also talk to the consultants on the street when they are in town for three days, starting on 15 February.

To access the survey, please click Te-Anau-Residents-Survey-Impacts-of-Tourism-on-the-Community

Survey for the Fiordland Marine Guardians

The Fiordland Marine Guardians fisheries sustainability survey is live!
Visit: https://bit.ly/3nWy3YX

Take 15 minutes to have your say about recreational fishing in the Fiordland Marine Area.

The survey runs until February 17.

The purpose of this survey is to help the Fiordland Marine Guardians build a broader picture of the experiences and concerns of those who fish in the Fiordland Marine Area (FMA).

The Guardians want to understand fishers’ concerns about fisheries sustainability, the current health of recreational fish stocks, and overall fishing experience in the FMA, as they develop recommendations to the Minister of Oceans and Fisheries.

Manaaki Whenua-Landcare Research is conducting this survey on behalf of the Guardians. It should take less than 15 minutes. Participation in the survey is voluntary. The results are anonymous.

The Guardians will consider the results from this survey alongside input from two focus group hui before making recommendations to the Minister of Oceans and Fisheries, Hon. David Parker, in mid-2021. 

The survey results will also be made available via fmg.org.nz.