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One of the largest remaining wetlands in Waikato, Duck Creek Wetland, is home to several at risk bird species that have been under threat by local predators.

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The school day was a little different for a group of Otautau School tamariki recently when a logging truck came to visit along with a day spent learning about the forestry industry.

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Forestry came to Amy Robinson by chance after an engineering adviser came to talk to her in Year 12 and mentioned the forestry school.

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A community initiative in Hawkes Bay has seen the successful restoration of a small wetland which will bring significant benefits to the land and biodiversity.

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Kiwi numbers are increasing in Glenbervie thanks to the massive efforts of local landowners, Rayonier Matariki Forests, Kiwi Coast, Department of Conservation and Northland Regional Council.

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Rayonier Matariki Forests has been named the supreme winner in Ministry for Primary Industries Good Employer Awards.

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A massive matai log gifted by Rayonier Matariki Forests to two Hastings schools has been transformed into a masterpiece by whakairo (carver), Nathan Foote.

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Southland students got an inside look at the forestry industry during a Forestry Careers Day in Winton.

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Rayonier Matariki Forests’ Manukaawa Forest in Otago has been playing host to a special guest over the past few months - the New Zealand falcon (kārearea).