We want our communities and society to be self-reliant and resilient, to have access to nutritious food, where reliance on poisons and sprays is eliminated, where we choose to build, make and repair, rather than buy then bury in landfill and where life-long learning is the norm.
Our rivers and lakes should be kept clean, full and in a natural state for the people to enjoy and gather food.
Recreational anglers, not trawlers, enjoying and managing our inshore fisheries for abundance.
We want public land with enduring and practical public access, protection from development, forward-looking conservation strategies and constructive game animal management.
We want our citizens and residents to have a much greater say in our future:
If you love the outdoors then help us keep the New Zealand way of life for generations to come.