KELLY KAHUKIWA, OF WHAKAUE, PATAHEUHEU AND TE AITANGA A MāhAKI IWI, HOLDING A PŪREREHUA IN THE SHADE OF KAURI TREES. A H REED MEMORIAL PARK, WHANGAREI. (CAPTION: ANDREA EWING).
Photo essay: the people fighting kauri dieback. In a new exhibition, photographer Michelle Hyslop explores kauri dieback through the personal stories of the people close to the trees and their fight to save – and protect – the giants of the forest.
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A boost of $13.75 million will help fund research into saving taonga species at risk from kauri dieback and myrtle rust.
kauri dieback near Tāne Mahuta
Tāne Mahuta cleared of kauri dieback disease - but it is nearby.