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Department of Conservation
Department of Conservation Partnership
We are proud to be partnered with the Department of Conservation (DOC) to support conservation initiatives on and around the Queen Charlotte Track in the Marlborough Sounds.
A partnership agreement between the DOC and Yealands Family Wines was signed in January 2015. The partnership will provide more than $100,000 over three years for conservation initiatives on and around the Queen Charlotte Track in the Marlborough Sounds.
We will provide $25,000 over each of the next three years plus a minimum of $10,000 annually from proceeds of sales of our Peter Yealands Eco wine range.
The Queen Charlotte Track stretches from historic Ship Cove through to Anakiwa in the Grove Arm of Queen Charlotte Sound. With its stunning scenery and native wildlife, the track draws more than 16,000 people a year to walk or bike all or part of its 71-kilometre length. Find out more about the Queen Charlotte Track
“Yealands Family Wines will also be contributing to their local community in supporting this iconic Marlborough landscape and trail that is a regionally important tourist destination.
This support will enable welcome improvements to the Queen Charlotte Sound environment and the Queen Charlotte Track, which is managed in a partnership between DOC, Marlborough District Council and the landowners whose private land the track traverses.
It is proposed the funding will be used initially to develop new track information signage that will tell the stories of the area’s history, flora and fauna, geology, predator-free islands and community conservation work with DOC.
CONSERVATION MINISTER, MAGGIE BARRY