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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Graham’s Bush Appeal Resolved

Graham’s Bush Appeal Resolved

In a small gully in South Auckland is a botanical gem, a real taonga, a fragment of the lowland podocarp-broadleaf forest that once covered the Manukau lowlands. This fragment is called Graham’s Bush and has been owned and cared for by the late Graham Cheesman and his family for the last 17 years. Thanks to… More

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

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

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… More

Gallery

Send us a photo of your favourite tree to info@thetreecouncil.org.nz and we will upload it on to this site.

Trees we have recently lost include this Puriri on the corner of Orakei and Remuera Roads:

After the felling

During the felling


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