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Following the harvesting of a small block of Larch in Hanmer Forest, Rayonier Matariki Forests together with Hanmer Heritage Forest Trust held a community planting morning which saw around 800 coastal redwoods planted.

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Rayonier Matariki Forests has gifted some of its land to the Hastings District Council to ensure residents getting their drinking water from Te Pohue’s water network will have a safer, more resilient supply.

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The Department of Conservation (DOC) called in Rayonier Matariki Forests to help keep a group of sea lion pups safe that had taken up residence in a roadside tidal pool near Hina Hina Forest.

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More than 100 homes will be warmer this winter thanks to a new initiative to provide firewood to Hauraki Iwi in need.

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Sap runs in Acacia Farmery’s veins.

At just 26, Acacia has already scooped international awards, met with royalty and is sharing her passion to educate New Zealand students about forestry.

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What started eight years ago as a random discovery of an extremely rare, native kakabeak plant in Hawke’s Bay has become an ongoing joint effort to save the species.

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A collaborative effort between Waikato Regional Council, Rayonier Matariki Forests and Opoutere School has seen nearly one thousand native trees planted in the Papa Marie Estuary wetland.

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A spine tingling karakia welcomed the day and visitors to Napier Girls High School to celebrate the dawn unveiling of five very special pou.

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Rayonier Matariki Forests has received an Outdoor Access Champion Award for its work supporting the Pauanui Tairua Trail.