Kaurilands Summit 2021 REGISTER NOW!

Join this 1-day online summit for a live Q & A kōrero with our researchers Monday 28th June, 10 am – 4:30 pm.

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May Newsletter

The latest news on myrtle rust, photos from our Cross-challenge Wānanga, and a farewell to our Ngā Rākau Taketake Leader.

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Recognizing Leadership – Dr Maureen O’Callaghan

It is with sadness that we announce Dr Maureen O’Callaghan is stepping down from her Ngā Rākau Taketake Science Leader…

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Fight for the Wild

This beautiful documentary series details the battle our native environment is facing, and what must be done to protect it.

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Understanding the genome of myrtle rust

The genome of the fungus which causes the disease myrtle rust, Austropuccinia psidii, has been sequenced – what does this mean for the fight against myrtle rust?

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Myrtle rust find reported from Christchurch

A find of myrtle rust on a hedge in residential Christchurch marks the first report of the deadly disease on a host that was not newly planted in the region.

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Biological Heritage changes in leadership

Two key changes in the leadership and management of the Challenge. Read more here.

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April Newsletter

Updates on kauri dieback and myrtle rust, new research on wasp behaviour and more…

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Kauri Dieback monitoring in the Waitākere Ranges

A new collaborate effort between Auckland Council, mana whenua and researchers is underway to monitor kauri dieback in the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park, with plans to survey up to 3,500 kauri trees for signs of the disease.

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Biodiversity Instruments: Concept Report

A new report on opportunities for increasing investment into projects and activities that preserve, support and expand Aotearoa New Zealand’s unique biological heritage.

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