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The collaborative effort to address kauri dieback includes Ministry of Primary Industries, the Department of Conservation, Auckland Council, Northland Regional Council, Waikato Regional Council, Bay of Plenty Regional Council and Māori. We are working together as one team to ensure the integrity of kauri ecosystems remains, to protect high value kauri areas and iconic kauri trees.

In October 2009 the Government announced funding of a long term management programme for kauri dieback. The five year programme will cover research into the detection and spread of kauri dieback, methods to control it and public awareness campaigns to help arrest its spread.


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