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Northland kauri sanctuary established in Takou Bay to safeguard native tree from dieback threat

New Zealand Herald Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
Northland kauri sanctuary established in Takou Bay to safeguard native tree from dieback threatMore than 75,000 kauri saplings will be planted on Māori land in the Far North in a bid to create a forest sanctuary where the iconic species will be safe from kauri dieback disease. The kauri sanctuary project at Takou Bay,...
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