You can join the team in a number of ways:
Become a Participant.
If you know or suspect that you have Kauri Dieback on your residential or rural property in Auckland you can join this project. To find out more about this please fill in our form: I want to treat my kauri. Our team members can organise a free assessment of your kauri tree(s) and soil to confirm Kauri Dieback, through your local Council - although alternative testing can be provided, at a cost (see our form for details about this). It is important this testing is undertaken as only sites with confirmed Kauri Dieback can be included in the trial.
Sign up to receive our newsletter.
If you do not currently have affected kauri but want to be kept informed of the project and have not yet provided us with your contact information so you can receive our newsletter (through taking part in our online survey), then fill in the newsletter form to indicate you would like to receive our quarterly e-newsletter.
Join us on social media.
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Show your support / Become a Kauri Rescue Ambassador.
Show your support for this project and our efforts to make significant advances in the management of kauri dieback, by purchasing a Kauri Rescue t-shirt / hat or bag from our online merchandise store. You can also be a Kauri Rescue Ambassador and promote the project in your area or help us with practical work treating and monitoring trees on private land. To find about more about being a Kauri Rescue Ambassador contact us.
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