Archives For Native plants

It’s Conservation Week between 14th-22nd October. Here are a few ways you can show your backyard some love!

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Imagine a machine that could effortlessly sow native seeds straight into the ground, creating within hours what will grow to become a woodland, open forest or wildlife corridor.

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We had a chat with Peter DeLange, who, this year, won the Loder Cup for his outstanding achievements in flora conservation. We find out a bit about him and his work. 

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Trees That Count is challenging Kiwis to plant native trees this Arbor Day, 5 June.

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Today’s photo of the week is the impressive view from Mount Allen in the Tin Range, a remote mountain range on Stewart Island/Rakiura.

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Community Ranger Lauren Buchholz shares the story behind some memorable scenes from Hawke’s Bay’s Cape to City project.

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Today’s photo is of New Zealand’s native kōtukutuku/tree fuchsia blooming in Catchpool Valley near Wellington.

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