Help protect our kauri from kauri dieback disease
Kauri dieback is an incurable disease threatening our native kauri trees.
Here’s how you can help protect our kauri for future generations:
- Scrub – clean all soil off your footwear, tyres and other gear, every time you enter or leave a forest/area with native trees.
- Spray – your footwear and gear at every cleaning station. Kauri dieback can be spread by just a pinhead of soil.
- Stay – on the designated open tracks; never step on kauri roots.
- Keep your dog on a leash at all times or leave them at home.
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