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Our mahi / What we do and how we monitor our progress to restore the mana and the mauri of Raukūmara Maunga

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By strengthening our whānau, we will strengthen our unity to strengthen our whenua, our water, our maunga and our ngahere.

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Possums, deer, goats, rats and stoats have had particularly bad impacts on te Raukūmara. 

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Frequently asked questions, maps and updates about 1080.

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A monitoring programme has been put in place to support restoration of the ngahere.


Find out more about pest plants that threaten the  biodiversity of te Raukūmara.


About IMS, what is is and where it is happening in te Raukūmara.


Te Raukūmara was one of the last tracts of native bush to be colonised by red deer.

Black Soil

Designed to track the carbon absorption, climate change indicators and ngahere restoration impacts.


Join us at BBQ's, wananga, hunting events and educational days.

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