Trees have a unique place in our environment. Without them, human life as we know it would not exist. Trees conserve water, make our air breathable, absorb air pollution, support our slopes and form the hub of enormous underground micro-environments that strengthen soil and foster insect life.

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QUAY STREET POHUTUKAWA

QUAY STREET POHUTUKAWA

Image: One of the trees, a houpara, in its new location in Teal Park (image: Auckland Transport/ Auckland Council) PRESS RELEASE: THE TREE COUNCIL. For immediate release – 15 January 2018 Last week a group of protesters occupied part of a planted median strip on Quay Street, from where 14 young Pohutukawa are being transplanted to… More

Get the FACTS about kauri dieback with our Science FAQ

Get the FACTS about kauri dieback with our Science FAQ

Image: Dr Ian Horner Download the Kauri Dieback Science FAQ written by leading kauri dieback experts and learn the facts about this devastating disease. What it is, how it spreads, why it is such a threat to our forests. Bust the myths and misunderstandings – and understand the issues. Click here to read and download… More

AGM & Lecture on the Biosecurity of Auckland’s Heritage Trees

AGM & Lecture on the Biosecurity of Auckland’s Heritage Trees

You can download Nick Waipara’s presentation on The Biosecurity of Auckland’s Heritage Trees by clicking here.

 

You are invited to join The Tree Council for its AGM followed by a free lecture on The Biosecurity of Auckland’s Heritage trees by Dr Nick Waipara, Auckland Council. This event is part of the Auckland Heritage Festival and all are welcome, refreshments provided.

Thursday 29 September, 7pm in the Lynfield Room, Fickling Centre, Mt Albert Rd, Mt Roskill, Auckland.

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