Kauri are one of Aotearoa's unique taonga

Kauri trees are found amongst other native trees throughout the Upper North Island. But kauri dieback disease is threatening kauri with extinction. There is no cure for kauri dieback disease, it can be spread by just a pinhead of soil, and you can't tell by looking whether a tree is infected or not. But kauri will be saved – by people like you.

What's new for kauri?

New Research Reports

We have new exciting research reports for Phosphite treatment, biological control and rongoa (traditional maori medicines).

Find out more here

 

 

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Significance of kauri to 
Māori Culture

Kauri have had a large part to play not just in the landscape and early history of Aotearoa, but the important role kauri has for Māori.

 

Find out more about the history of kauri here

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Clean ALL soil off your footwear and other gear EVERY TIME you ENTER or LEAVE an area with kauri.
Clean ALL soil off your footwear and other gear EVERY TIME you ENTER or LEAVE an area with kauri.
Use disinfectant only after you have removed all soil.
Use disinfectant only after you have removed all soil.
Stay on track and off kauri roots.
Stay on track and off kauri roots.