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Kauri dieback with Dr Mels Barton

Friday 21 June 10am to 11am Free

Come to Remuera Library to hear Dr Mels Barton, of the Tree Council, talk about the disease ravaging NZ's iconic Kauri.

Kauri tree.
Kauri Dieback is a disease that has killed hundreds, possibly thousands, of the taonga (treasured) trees in the North Island, and threatens the unique and ecologically important Kauri ecosystem. New Zealanders have strong emotional and cultural attachments to kauri and the loss is having a major impact on our communities. Environmental scientist, Dr Mels Barton, will talk about the issue and also a project known as 'Kauri Rescue'. This event is part of the Garden Centred talk series.

Please let us know if you can come as it helps with seating. To RSVP, phone 09 520 2532 or click the RSVP button below.
Kauri tree.

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