EcoNet

Our Team

EcoNet is an independent, community owned and not for profit organisation, working at the intersections of the complex conservation sector. We have the relevant experience and knowledge and we want to foster trust, greater security and grow communities across Aotearoa New Zealand

Our Trustees

Richard Hursthouse

Chair

Also chairs Centennial Park Bush Society, Restore Hibiscus & Bays, Forest & Bird Board Member. Instrumental in initiating progress on data standards and commons in collaboration with PF2050 Ltd.

Keith Salmon

Secretary

Full-time conservation volunteer with Le Roys Bush, Kaipātiki Restoration Network and Pest Free Kaipātiki. From 2006 to 2016, he implemented and supported a major CRM system.

Annalily van den Broeke

Trustee

Chair of Forest and Bird Waitakere, involved with Bethells Buffer Zone and Matuku Link. Annalily brings strong volunteer, ground-up, advocacy to EcoNet.
Richard Hursthouse
 Chair
Also chairs Centennial Park Bush Society, Restore Hibiscus & Bays, Forest & Bird Board Member. Instrumental in initiating progress on data standards and commons in collaboration with PF2050 Ltd.
Keith Salmon
Secretary

Full-time conservation volunteer with Le Roys Bush, Kaipātiki Restoration Network and Pest Free Kaipātiki. From 2006 to 2016, he implemented and supported a major CRM system.

Annalily van den Broeke
Trustee

Chair of Forest and Bird Waitakere, involved with Bethells Buffer Zone and Matuku Link. Annalily brings strong volunteer, ground-up, advocacy to EcoNet.

Advisory Board Members

Charmaine Bailie
Director at Uru Whakaaro Ltd
Grant Morris
Director of Product Engineering
Aderant NZ
Andrew Rossaak
Environment Team Leader
Morphum Environmental
Craig Steed
Development Manager
Independent database solution architect
Cary Walkin
Salesforce Functional Lead

Xero NZ

Supporters & Collaborators

Restore Hibiscus & Bays
Pest Free Kaipātiki Restoration Society
Forest & Bird Waitakere
Forest Bridge Trust
Matuku Link
Ark in the Park Buffer Zone
Centennial Park Bush Society
iNaturalist
NZCatchIT
(Statistics Department of the University of Auckland)
Mary Frankham of Te Korowai o Waiheke
Kaipātiki Project