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Progress and completion reports

Progress reports help assess how your project is going and are a great tool for discovering whether you are achieving your goals or not.

A clear, concise, step-by-step record that relates to your project plan is a great measure of how successful your project has been.

The Environmental Enhancement Fund requires progress reports annually from the start date of your project, and a final report when the project is finished.

If you need more help, or extra information on how to write a progress report contact your project officer.

You can choose your own progress report format or follow ours! The following is a template and shows all the information you need to include.

Email eefund@boprc.govt.nz if you require a Progress Report Template or a Sample Progress Report.

Completion Report

Completion reports assess how your project has gone and are a great tool for discovering whether you've achieved your goals or not.

A clear, concise, step-by-step record that relates to your project plan is a great measure of how successful your project has been.

The Environmental Enhancement Fund requires a completion report when your project is finished.

If you need more help, or extra information on how to write a completion report contact your project officer.

Email eefund@boprc.govt.nz if you require a Completion Report Template.

If your project is based around weed control or is a restoration planting project, you may find photo-points a useful addition.