Bluegreens Forum 2021
Our 2021 Bluegreen Forum will celebrate 23 years of the Bluegreens, making us National’s longest-running special interest group. Bluegreens are part of a new generation of thinkers who believe that successful economic and environmental policy can and must go hand in hand to provide a cleaner, greener, brighter future for all New Zealanders.
It would be great to have you with us at Forum 2021 as we discuss, debate and help formulate conservation and environmental policy important to all New Zealanders.
Masterton in the Wairarapa provides an outstanding location for our annual forum. The combination of stunning scenery and environmentally unique features guarantees attendees will have an opportunity to enjoy one of New Zealand’s most beautiful regions as well as participating in important policy work.
Early registration is encouraged and can be completed on-line or with the attached form.
Bluegreen Forums are open to all members and many external environmental organisations also attend. We hope you, and others interested in the environment, are able to join us.
For more information, please contact Sharon Nightingale, Business Development Manager via email on or by phone on 09 524 8628
Saturday Evening Dinner
The dinner will be held at the Solway Park Hotel on Saturday evening, dinner tickets are NOT included in your registration and are $50.00 per person. A cash bar will be operating during the evening. Please indicate your attendance for this function during your registration for the Forum, as well as any dietary requirements for the weekend.
Sunday Field Trip
A bus will travel to the Pukaha National Wildlife Centre, 30kms north of Masterton, departing from the hotel on Sunday morning. See conservation in action at this reserve which is a restored forest and captive breeding site, and home to Manukura-the only white kiwi in captivity. Enjoy a one hour guided tour with some of the rangers where you can learn more about the work of this special conservation and restoration centre, which is working in partnership with Rangitane and the Department of Conservation. Morning tea will be provided.
Copthorne Solway Park
Copthorne Solway Park, High Street, Solway
New Zealand 5810