Small Iwi Organisation Win Biosecurity Award

April 20, 2022, 11:42 a.m.

Working under the spectre of kauri disease, Northland iwi Te Roroa is acutely aware of the need for strict biosecurity rules to protect its ambitious ecological restoration project. Courtney Davis has all the kōrero about Te Toa Whenua Nursery an iwi-led project that is funded by the One Billion Trees programme. The nursery is a critical component of Te Toa Whenua, an initiative for the ecological restoration of land returned to Te Roroa as part of the Treaty of Waitangi settlement process. 

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