He rangahau whakapūaho Case studies
Get inspiration from other people working on ngahere projects.
Bringing back the kai trees
See how Roger and his hapū are working hard to restore their whenua.Learn more about Bringing back the kai trees
Joining forces to safeguard a precious catchment
See how a community united to improve the Whangawehi catchment.Learn more about Joining forces to safeguard a precious catchment
Matariki Tu Rākau Huramua planting day
The Huramua Marae community, near Wairoa, planted nearly 500 native trees. The memorial trees honour the district’s returned service personnel. The trees will create a special place for future generations.
The planting event was supported by Matariki Tu Rākau, a community tree planting programme managed by Te Uru Rākau – New Zealand Forest Service. The programme is funded by the One Billion Trees Fund.
Watch a video of the day on YouTube.
Testing the Emissions Trading Scheme
Motu Research have a video interview with Nikki Serancke, Chairperson, Nuhiti Q. Nikki talks about using the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) to help native forest regeneration on Māori land.
A successful forest restoration
Watch a video of a forest restoration project undertaken by the Te Mata Park Trust. The video shows examples of forest restoration principles.
Te Mata Peak and the adjacent hills are believed to be the final resting place of Rongokako, grandfather of Kahungunu (founder of the Ngāti Kahungunu tribe). His prone form can be seen in the hillscape, called Te Mata-o-Rongokako (the face of Rongokako). European settlers also thought the hills resembled a man lying down, and called him the sleeping giant.
Tuhoe Tuawhenua Trust
The Tuhoe Tuawhenua Trust is an Ahuwhenua trust for 25 blocks of land in the Tuawhenua region. They have a range of activities happening including business development in honey production and indigenous forestry.
See how ngahere can provide ongoing benefits to future generations.