Kauri 2000 is your chance to help recreate one of New Zealand's major natural assets - the kauri forests of the Coromandel Peninsula.
 
 
back to Homepage

 

Sponsor a Kauri & gift certificates

         HOT NEWS!

Kauri Dieback 18 - 19 May 2013 Workshops Report

click for more information

Kauri 2000 Video

Kauri Photo Survey by MAX JOHNSTON
Kauri Photo Survey

Download Photo Survey
Low Resolution Version 9MB

Join us on Facebook

 

 

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

Kauri Plant
The kauri, Agathis australis, is New Zealand's largest and most famous native tree click for more information


photo gallery
click for more information
   
History of Kauri in NZ
The kauri holds a special place in the Peninsula's history  click for more information
 
   

Kauri Trees
If you would like to help the work of the Kauri 2000 Trust - here is how:   click for more information

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.

Kauri 2000 evolved out of a project to mark the start of the new millennium with a goal to plant 2000 kauri. To date the Trust has planted over 36,000 kauri on the Coromandel Peninsula and continues to plant kauri throughout the Coromandel. 2009 marked the Trust's 10th anniversary.

“I am enthusiastic about the aims of the Kauri 2000 Trust and honored to be its Patron. What a simple, sensible idea, to plant kauri – lots of them! What a great way to end two centuries of neglect and destruction of our natural heritage by starting to make amends by re-planting.”

Dame Catherine Tizard, Patron, The Kauri 2000 Trust.

 
 
Add this page to your favourites   |   Disclaimer   |   © copyright Kauri 2000   |   webdesign by dreamland           
     

 

About Kauri 2000 Kauri Trees - Botanical Details How you can help Contact Kauri 2000 Kauri Links Kauri 2000 Newsletter Kauri Photo Gallery Kauri 2000 supporter Coromandel Kauri Giants Kauri Today Coromandel Kauri History Home Frequently Asked Questions