Kauri 2000 is a long term project to recreate significant stands of kauri on public conservation land on the Coromandel Peninsula

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Kauri 2000 is your chance to help recreate one of New Zealand’s major natural assets – the kauri forests of the Coromandel Peninsula.

Magnificent forests once dominated our landscape, but sadly, after nearly two centuries of exploitation, only a handful of mature trees survive as lonely individuals or as small isolated stands, protected by the rugged hills.