The Ministry of Fisheries, Te Tautiaki nga tïni a Tangaroa, is running an art competition for school-aged young people. Closing date for entries is Dec 11th 2006.
We are looking for creative art works (sized A1 or less) which are based on the theme: Guarding the multitudes of Tangaroa.
Download the entry form (PDF 388KB)
Many fish live in New Zealand’s oceans. Some New Zealanders value our fisheries because they provide jobs and money; others value them because being able to catch and eat fish is part of what it means to be a New Zealander. The Ministry of fisheries wants our fisheries to be just as valuable when we pass them on to the next generation.
For more information about the Ministry and the balance between taking fish now and making sure there are going to be fish in the water in the future, visit our websites: www.fish.govt.nz and www.starfish.govt.nz.
For more information about the competition, please call Jo Watt on 04 819 4237 e-mail email@example.com