Our mission is for kauri to flourish from the mountains to the sea, with the belief that when it does, we too will flourish, for without the healthy ecology that kauri represents, we are lost.
Limited Edition Prints
Artworks by: Charlotte Graham, Philip Kelly, Tessa Laird, Haruhiko Sameshima, Natalie Robertson, Nicole Charles, Star Gossage, Jo Hardy, Kura Te Waru-Rewiri, Fred Graham, Adrienne Grant, Zena Elliot, Xavier Meade, James Ormsby
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Artworks are available for purchase
Kauri Wānanga / Waipoua, March 2019
The Wānanga is a critical partnership-led response to Kauri dieback, involving The Kauri Project, Te Roroa, He Ripo Kau, Te Tira Whakamātaki, BioProtection Research Centre, and Victoria University, with support from the NZ National Commission for UNESCO and the Kauri Dieback Programme.
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What we do
Inhabiting the space where concepts of art, science and cultural knowledge intersect, The Kauri Project examines the relationship between people and landscape, focusing on our unique and threatened indigenous kauri forest ecology. For more detail on the work of The Kauri Project, click on the “More Info” link below.