Link to Stuff's interview with Dr Ian Horner, including some great images of successes with phosphite.
Read the article in Titirangi's community newsletter - The Fringe - calling on Waitekere residents to join the team.
Team members Lee Hill and Nick Waipara have recently been involved in a project to give Kauri a voice. The bleeds on a dieback infected kauri tree were converted to music which was then played by members of the Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra. View the video.
Nick talks about the Kauri Rescue project and Kauri Dieback.
Download the project's press release detailing this two year National Science Challenge - 'Biological Heritage Challenge' funded project which seeks to empower community members through their active engagement in developing and participating in kauri dieback treatment trials, raising wider awareness and understanding of kauri dieback and its management.
Christmas newsletter from the Challenge announcing six new projects to be funded in 2017 including Kauri Rescue or Community Control for Kauri Dieback: Tiaki mō kauri.
Reporter Simon Smith from the Western Leader writes about the pre-project Kauri Dieback Community Survey undertaken by Marie McEntee, Mels Barton and a team of volunteers in Titirangi
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